n. (alternative spelling of dogfight English)
Usage examples of "dog-fight".
A moment later I heard a noise like ten dog-fights rolled into one, and rushing out I found my friend rolling on the ground with his arms round the workman who was helping to stack my artesian tubing.
Perhaps he had slipped home before the dog-fight started, and Biggies hoped fervently that such was the case.
I come over and make myself a cuppa, and have a cigarette and put up my feet for twenty minutes or so before the dog-fight.
But bearing in mind that them were which I meantersay of a stunning and outdacious sort – alluding to them which bordered on weal-cutlets and dog-fighting – a sincere wellwisher would adwise, Pip, their being dropped into your meditations, when you go up-stairs to bed.