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guide dog

[ gahyd dawg, dog ]

noun

  1. a dog that has been specially trained to assist a blind or visually impaired person.


guide dog

noun

  1. a dog that has been specially trained to live with and accompany someone who is blind, enabling the blind person to move about safely


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Word History and Origins

Origin of guide dog1

First recorded in 1930–35
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Example Sentences

Tatel first met Vixen in the summer of 2019, after his grandson shared a podcast describing a guide dog program with on-site, at-home training.

A psychiatrist—a tall, middle-aged blind man—approached with his guide dog.

From Time

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