Curtail dog

Cur"tail dog`

(dg`; 115). A dog with a docked tail; formerly, the dog of a person not qualified to course, which, by the forest laws, must have its tail cut short, partly as a mark, and partly from a notion that the tail is necessary to a dog in running; hence, a dog not fit for sporting.
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Hope is a curtail dog in some affairs.
Shak.
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