Origin of dhole
Examples from the Web for dhole
The really wild dogs of India,—the Dhole,—hunt by nose, and in packs.Dog Breaking|William Nelson Hutchinson
In color the dhole is a rich bay, which becomes rather darker upon the ears, the muzzle, and the tip of the tail.The Animal World, A Book of Natural History|Theodore Wood
"Chil does not leave a dead ox, nor the dhole the blood-trail," said Kaa.
"The dhole do not turn and their throats are hot," said Kaa.
I will give no Word; but what is in thy stomach to do when the dhole come?