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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of kennel.


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  • It is for the reader to witness that in this most savage of worlds, only the child and the dog with which he is kennelled behave with any kind of warmth or dignity.

    Storyteller Donald Sturrock 2010

  • Instead the knocked up madonnas will be kennelled in government quarters and taught responsible parenting.

    Good enough for Labour 2009

  • Instead the knocked up madonnas will be kennelled in government quarters and taught responsible parenting.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me 2009

  • And I am a creature, a dog, kennelled by Viha, ordered by Beacon, and disciplined by them too.

    Non-human Elizabeth McClung 2008

  • “Ha!” of the slaves which accompanied every stroke, and the oaths and curses of the drivers; while a sickening musky smell, as of a pack of kennelled hounds, came down the wind from off those dens of misery.

    Westward Ho! 2007

  • If that was required, we couldn't go, because my Buster boy can't be kennelled.

    Archive 2004-07-01 2004

  • Nearly a full week went by, while thousands were dying and starving or were kennelled in unbelievable filth in New Orleans.

    To Those Who Voted for Bush: Do You Get It Now? 2005

  • Brachman could live more abstemious than two of the pack, who hunted in couple, and kennelled in the upper apartments of the hotel in which our adventurer lived.

    The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom 2004

  • At this moment a distant noise of barking and growling, which the traveller had for some time heard, became extremely loud and furious, and made the knight suppose that the hermit, alarmed by his threat of making forcible entry, had called the dogs who made this clamour to aid him in his defence, out of some inner recess in which they had been kennelled.

    Ivanhoe 2004

  • No sooner were the dogs safely kennelled than she began to think how fine it would look to be followed by this wonderful pair along the country roads and through the streets of Exeter.

    The Fat of the Land The Story of an American Farm John Williams Streeter


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