brindle brindle  /b ˈrɪn dəl/


  • (adj) having a grey or brown streak or a pattern or a patchy coloring; used especially of the patterned fur of cats



  1. With all of that, Rubin could doubtless fashion a fascinating brindle mop.
  2. Just at dusk Effie had been standing in the doorway, she said, when a big brindle dog trotted out of the woods.
  3. At the West Flagler track a brindle puppy named George Elfrink won the season's major juvenile race, the $2,000 Nursery Stakes.


  • Pet of the Week

    Meet Charlie, an extremely handsome boy who is very unique as he looks like a Lab but his fur is a rich brindle in color.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: The Woodlands Villager

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  1. "We had an old brindle bulldog before that and he died," Magill, clad in a Georgia red sport coat, said. "Coach [Wally] Butts told me to find another one. Sonny was working in the ticket office at the time and his wife happened to have a...
    on Jun 30, 2008 By: Dan Magill Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

  2. A PLAN to link welfare to school attendance should be adopted Australia-wide "black, white and brindle", former federal indigenous affairs minister Mal Brough says.
    on Jun 20, 2008 By: Mal Brough Source:

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