Origin of husky1
OTHER WORDS FROM huskyhusk·i·ly, adverbhusk·i·ness, noun
Words nearby husky
Other definitions for husky (2 of 2)
Origin of husky2
How to use husky in a sentence
In 2018, an eight-year-old Siberian husky named Loki became the first dog to ascend all 58 peaks.Could Thru-Hiking Colorado’s Fourteeners Become a Thing?|Fred Dreier|September 27, 2021|Outside Online
The otters’ leak capacity varied from roughly two to seven times greater than that recorded for other mammals including Alaskan huskies, humans, horses, elephant seals, and rats.
Depending on the song, or the moment, Springsteen’s voice has the texture of rust on a tailpipe, or moss on the cool underside of a rock, or the husky warmth and mystery of how your dad or grandfather’s whiskers felt when you were little.The Reopening of Springsteen on Broadway Brought Broadway Out of Hibernation—and One Packed Theater Into a Brighter Future|Stephanie Zacharek|June 28, 2021|Time
Husky crows awake in the pine trees, and doves under the temple eaves.The Dragon Painter|Mary McNeil Fenollosa
Steel your heart against the seductive charms of these Husky belles!
We bade a hasty farewell to the Husky belles, and handed them into their barge.
I wonder what our Husky friends thought of this little bombardment!
Why, you don't doubt your ability to win the affections of a Husky belle, do you?
British Dictionary definitions for husky (1 of 2)
Derived forms of huskyhuskily, adverbhuskiness, noun
Word Origin for husky
British Dictionary definitions for husky (2 of 2)
- a member of the Inuit people
- the Inuit language