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EtymologyEdit

dog +‎ -sicle

NounEdit

dogsicle (plural dogsicles)

  1. (informal, humorous) A cold or frozen dog.
    • 2004, Cindy Adams, The Gift of Jazzy, page 220:
      If this had been Noriega's old powerful glory days, my Jazzy could have ended up a dogsicle.
    • 2009, Berkeley Breathed, chapter 12, in Flawed Dogs: The Novel: The Shocking Raid on Westminster:
      My fur catches the flakes like Velcro and I freeze into a dogsicle.
    • 2010, Terry Bain, You Are a Dog: Life Through the Eyes of Man's Best Friend, page 28:
      Though you weren't cold, you were shivering like a dogsicle.

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