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How to use brindle in a sentence
But Brindle tarried behind and foraged for her supper by nibbling the grass from the overgrown dooryard.
But Peter had not been seen by anybody who knew him since that visit of his to Skyrie, in company with old Brindle.
People think that greyhounds cannot hunt by scent, but this man has a tiny black and a large brindle that work like basset-hounds.The Chequers|James Runciman
You couldn't ha' guessed that Aunt Jane's brindle-yellow tomcat was inside of it.
Major Parker was a brisk little man, clad in brindle jeans of ancient cut, resplendent with brass buttons.