bull-mastiff

bullmastiff

[bool-mas-tif, -mah-stif]
noun
one of an English breed of dogs having a short, fawn or brindled coat, produced by crossing the bulldog and the mastiff.
Also, bull-mastiff, bull mastiff.


Origin:
1870–75; bull(dog) + mastiff

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