any of a breed of tall, slender dogs having long, silky hair, raised originally in Russia for hunting wolves.
- Also called Russian wolfhound.
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How to use borzoi in a sentence
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He determined to act upon this, and lay his case before Bishop borzoi even without the introduction he had hoped for.
Bishop borzoi was an impressive figure—immensely tall and slender, with long, narrow ascetic face and curly white hair.
Bishop borzoi had seized the opportunity to drive out to Dalmatian Heights this morning to see how his protege was getting on.
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British Dictionary definitions for borzoi
a tall graceful fast-moving breed of dog with a long silky coat, originally used in Russia for hunting wolves: Also called: Russian wolfhound
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