The spaniel, resentment forgotten, danced excitedly beside him and barked continuously.
As one of his friends said of him, he was “either a lion or a spaniel.”
The spaniel held the great dog in awe, and never but once was known to go to the stable to see him.
She was indeed like a spaniel dog who sees her master coming.
I turned to Mrs. Gisburn, who had lingered to give a lump of sugar to her spaniel in the dining-room.
And going abruptly to the bell, he trod on his spaniel's ear.
Mr. Pendyce went out at half-past ten accompanied by his bailiff and the spaniel John.
At these words the spaniel John rose from his corner and advanced to the middle of the floor.
The Picard spaniel is a little lighter than the old spaniel.
Can the greyhound be trained to the pointer's scent or the spaniel to the bulldog's ferocity?
13c., as a surname meaning "Spaniard;" as a name for a breed of dog of Spanish origin, late 14c., from Old French espagneul, literally "Spanish (dog)," from Vulgar Latin *Hispaniolus "of Spain," diminutive of Latin Hispanus "Spanish, Hispanic" (see Spaniard).