Noun(1) a dog small and tame enough to be held in the lap
(1) I predict this is where you will get the lapdog of big business (yes, government) interfering.(2) There are cuboid watermelons and giant tomatoes, as well as little vignette inserts punctuating the picture - a fruit fly, a strand of human DNA, a repulsive overbred lapdog framed in a prize-winning blue rosette.(3) Even earlier in the day he was chasing people up on leave forecasts - being the lapdog for Gavin even though he keeps telling all and sundry that he despises him.(4) And so being a lapdog to the United States, or as he says deputy sheriff to the United States I think is an outrageous concept.(5) In other words, the so-called ethics watchdog was clearly always a lapdog .(6) I guess he wouldn't be able to work anywhere else, unless the media outlet needs a lapdog .(7) My dog wouldn't be some little barking lapdog , it would be a full-size, slobbery, jumps up on you and gets you muddy dog.(8) In LA, they don't tell you to reach out to your fellow humans, they tell you to spend time with your lapdog .(9) I mused on this for a while, not noticing the gentle brush of the wind on my cheeks, the insistent yapping of a nearby rat-like lapdog , nor the rumble of the Suburban traffic.(10) With all the talk we hear constantly about the ‘liberal’ media, the truth is that the media generally acts as a lapdog and bullhorn for the government.(11) As the men got older, a woman's influence sometimes softened at least the canine profile, usually via a cute lapdog to complement hubby's Cujo.(12) In the 1813 painting that serves as her book's striking dust jacket, an elegant D. A. Derzhavina, tiny lapdog on her arm, gestures proudly to a magnificent estate standing in the distance across a lush green landscape.(13) Why is it that right about now I feel as if I was just scolded by one of those Fifth Avenue Ladies Who Lunch because I almost stepped on her pet lapdog , as she was in between ‘shopping adventures’?(14) The inference was that Japan needed to be a lapdog .(15) Prof. Mahmood rightly observes that the commission can either be a lapdog of the government of the day or the watchdog of the rights of the underprivileged.(16) Or maybe not, because he's busy living in the moment with his peaceful lapdog Maui, forging a human-canine spiritual connection that no game of fetch could afford.
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