Old-english-sheepdog meaning

A dog of a large sturdy breed developed in England for herding sheep, having a short or docked tail and a shaggy bluish-gray and white coat with hair typically hanging over the eyes.
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Any of a breed of stocky, muscular, medium-sized dog, originally bred in England as a drover's dog, with a profuse, shaggy coat, usually gray or bluish gray, and, often, no tail.
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A breed of herding dog (also used as a pet), with shaggy grey and white fur also covering its face, and a docked tail.
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