n.young of any of various canines such as a dog or wolf
The young pup wiggled in happiness at being released from captivity and thrust ecstatic, wet kisses in the direction of the young man' s face.
They sold you a pup when you bought thAT car;it breaks down AT least once a week.
Baker loathe go to this red - hair young pup for supplies.
I started to Bellow,“Arliss! Get that nasty old pup out of our drinking water”
The men CAST off their packs, withdrew their ponchos and set up their pup tents again
Digging deeper, I recallED when we were housebreaking a puppy, and just before ED got home from work, the pup relievED herself on the couch
The pup HAD climbed onto my lap and settled in. I asked Wayne what type of work he did.
Attached to the leash was a Husky pup no more than a year old. Not far from them was an older dog of the same breed, chained to a lamppost.
You've been sold a pup -- that house is nearly falling down!
That car's caused you noting but trouble - you were sold a real PUP there.