any large or ferocious dog.
a wild horse.
Origin of warrigal
First recorded in 1840–50, warrigal is from the Dharuk word wa-ri-gal wild dingo
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Examples from the Web for warrigal
Historical Examples of warrigal
It might have been one of the other chaps, but I couldn't think of any one, except Warrigal.
They rode and rode, but Warrigal was gone like a rock wallaby.
I was pretty middling certain it was Billy the Boy and Warrigal.
I'm sorry, for one thing, that I had that barney with Warrigal.
Well, we scribbled a bit of a letter and sent Warrigal off with it.
British Dictionary definitions for warrigal
Word Origin for warrigal
C19: from a native Australian language
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