kennel / ˈkɛn l /


kennel3 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a house or shelter for a dog or a cat.
  2. Often kennels. an establishment where dogs or cats are bred, raised, trained, or boarded.
  3. the hole or lair of an animal, especially a fox.
v. 有主动词 verb

ken·neled, ken·nel·ing or ken·nelled, ken·nel·ling.

  1. to put into or keep in a kennel: to kennel a dog for a week.
v. 无主动词 verb

ken·neled, ken·nel·ing or ken·nelled, ken·nel·ling.

  1. to take shelter or lodge in a kennel.

kennel 近义词

n. 名词 noun

dog lodging


  1. Dog kennels and dog crates are categorized by the crate’s length and the weight of the dog they’re designed to contain.
  2. The blood testing was done by a farm veterinarian out in Russia, though Mitch had to fabricate his own cage—he says a standard dog kennel isn’t up to the task of containing a fox.
  3. Apparently these foxes were kept in dog kennels, which is improper, and weren’t fed or watered properly—by all accounts, the SibFox people were not licensed and were inexperienced at importing exotic animals.
  4. Pets are not permitted in buildings, on shuttles, or in lodges, but Yosemite Hospitality runs a kennel service if you want to go off on a dirt trail or backpack overnight.
  5. Though pets are not permitted in the caves or cave buildings, Mammoth Cave Lodge runs a kennel for to house your pup when you go on a cave tour.
  6. The Humane Society is under attack by a PR firm that advises the American Kennel Association.
  7. The American Kennel Club maintains it is not a Berman customer.
  8. At Westminster Kennel Club, wire fox terrier Sky wins Best in Show.
  9. Brus, 7½, did not react well to other animals and had behavioral problems which meant he could not be sent to a kennel.
  10. The Puppy Bowl would be a good obvious choice, with the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show as a close second.
  11. Skilled physicians feign indifference to their calling that they may smack of the kennel and the hunting-field.
  12. Frequently he brings his patient to his own kennel, and takes care of him until he either gets well or dies.
  13. In the following extract, the 'kennel' means the city of Geneva; the 'puddle' its lake, and the 'wall' its rampart.
  14. Kit could only think of a lost, homesick dog begging for the scent of the trail to his own kennel.
  15. Reducing more and more that famishing dog-kennel of a Brandenburg into a fruitful arable field.