In 1969, pup wrote a widely-remarked upon column saying that it was time America had a black president.
Designer Simon Spurr brought along his hulking, 90-pound pup Apollo.
The story of a missing woman and a suspected husband has been around since Hector was a pup.
Buckley writes about “Mum,” who died first and not by that many months before “pup,” with more exuberance.
Who really owns a dog, if no official paperwork is signed as the pup gets transferred from one person to the next?
Now I could give you as pretty a pup to bring up to the business as you could wish to see.
Any old mutt'd do fer him—jus' so's it was in the shape of a pup.
Into the bushes also plunged Bates' pup, and there ensued the sound of sundry baffled yelps.
The rest he left 83 to the seclusion of his pup tent and the light of a candle.
The small shelter-tents of the United States Army are called by the soldiers "pup" tents.
"young dog," 1760, shortened form of puppy (q.v.). Used from 1580s for "conceited person." Applied to the young of the fur seal from 1815. Used for "inexperienced person" by 1890. Pup tent (also dog tent) is from 1863. Sopwith pup, popular name of the Sopwith Scout Tractor airplane, is from 1917.
[ultimately fr French poupe´e, ''doll'']