Origin of dingo
Words nearby dingo
How to use dingo in a sentence
If dingoes are growing in size in response to 1080 exposure, there could be ecological implications down the line.
Scientists had noticed an increase in the size of some dingoes, but that there hasn’t been much understanding of what was causing it, says Michael Letnic, an ecologist at the University of New South Wales in Sydney.
Dingo attacks are generally the result of how a human acts toward them.
Georgina stepped in between the dingo and her baby sister just before their mother was able to scare the dingo away.
Although it is rare, dingo attacks on humans have been known to occur.
Dingo packs are highly territorial and an intruding dingo will likely be killed.
At the time, the dingo was semi-domesticated and is believed to be the common ancestor of all breeds today.
You only shot once at the dingo—there are two chambers empty in this revolver.Queensland Cousins|Eleanor Luisa Haverfield
We felt proud of the occasion and grateful to General Dingo.Roads of Destiny|O. Henry
Now a dingo or wild dog, now a toombat or opossum, made its appearance, and created matter of interest and inquiry.The Gilpins and their Fortunes|William H. G. Kingston
Leaving science to unravel this problem, it may be said of the dingo that he is a good-looking but an ill-behaved animal.
No surface water is to be obtained in the mallee district; its silence is only disturbed by the melancholy wail of the dingo.
British Dictionary definitions for dingo
- to act in a cowardly manner
- to drop out of something