verb (used with object), ken·neled, ken·nel·ing or (especially British) ken·nelled, ken·nel·ling.
verb (used without object), ken·neled, ken·nel·ing or (especially British) ken·nelled, ken·nel·ling.
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Origin of kennel1
Words nearby kennel
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Example sentences from the Web for kennel
The American Kennel Club maintains it is not a Berman customer.
Brus, 7½, did not react well to other animals and had behavioral problems which meant he could not be sent to a kennel.How William's Guard Dogs Were Killed Days After He Left His RAF Job|Tom Sykes|September 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The stars are in a roped-off area about the size of a dog run at a kennel.
Nothing, however, was to be seen, and the dog returned to his kennel.Twelve Years a Slave|Solomon Northup
I am sure he will not be well pleased with us if he once come to get notice that we have been in the kennel of this muffled devil.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.|Francois Rabelais
A little structure of lath and mud served as a kennel for a big dog, the indispensable guardian of so lonely a dwelling.The Works of Honor de Balzac|Honor de Balzac
But repulsed by her, he sprang anxiously sneaking into his kennel, as if seeking there for shelter from danger.Strife and Peace|Fredrika Bremer
Thou canst not; thou art so ripe to fall into hell, that no more of my kennel will so much as bark at him that hangs thee.