How to use Mutt in a sentence

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  • Here's a truly great thing about using mutt.

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  • I saw a mangy mutt the other day trotting along the road with a big fat dead one in his mouth.

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  • The time she spent with the little mutt turned her thoughts from sadness to happiness.

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  • It is almost immediately joined on the left by the Mutt torrent, coming from a small glacier to the S.E., and then flows S.W.

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  • Then the onus of responsibility would be on the owner, not the poor mutt who would much rather be roaming yonder fields anyway.

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  • With more than 800 recognized breeds and many thousands of mixed breed or mutt varieties, there seems to be no limit upon the amount and variety of canine T-shirts available.

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  • Categories for the contest are Pedigree Class, Mutt Class, Ugly Dog of the Year, and Ring of Champions.

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  • The Ugly Dog of the Year is chosen from the winners of the Pedigree and Mutt Classes.

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  • Benji, the mutt who stole everyone's heart in the self-titled movie of 1973.

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  • Trying to determine which breed a mutt is can be a fun but challenging task.

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  • Using a dog's physical traits, behavior and health problems, an owner can make an educated determination on which type of dog his mutt really is.

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  • Owners can learn a lot about the breed of their mutt based on the dog's temperament or behavior.

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  • Like Mutt Williams, Irina Spalko is a character from the Crystal Skull film.

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  • Mutt, who turns out to be Indy's son, is highly skilled with his sword.

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  • Fans of the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull film will remember Mutt Williams' motorcycle.

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  • The set comes with a Mutt Williams figure sitting on the bike.

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  • Mutt Williams is a young man with a keen mind and a switchblade at the ready.

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  • They often evoke comparisons to Mutt and Jeff, or Laurel and Hardy, and indeed, one of their main dramatic functions, when not delivering encoded messages, is to provide comedic relief.

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