Like all white Americans, I'm a mutt: a little English, a little Irish, a little German.
Hayes and Komisarjevsky were “a mutt and Jeff pair; the whole thing happened because they were inside together.”
You listened to the very people who created our economic meltdown, the mutt and Jeff team of Larry Summers and Tim Geithner.
It took 16 years before the last survivor, a mutt named Musketeer, expired.
You can't ever tell what will happen, and old Boris and mutt and Slasher may as well be working as running loose.
I should be a mutt if I didn't, so I'm going to spend it my own way.
Say, Tony, what a mutt I was not to get myself jabbed for typhoid before I came here!
You want to make him feel like a mutt; and a mutt's the worst kind of a fool.
Instantly Slasher was at his throat, and old Boris and mutt rushed blindly in, snapping and biting at the great, hairy body.
If he wakes up, and I'm asleep, nurse, you can tell him from me that I'm a mutt.
1901, "stupid or foolish person," American English, probably a shortening of muttonhead (1803); meaning "a dog," especially "a mongrel" is from 1904, originally simply a term of contempt, but perhaps this is a separate word of unknown derivation.