Field-spaniel



noun
1.
one of a British breed of spaniels having a flat or slightly waved, usually black coat, used for hunting and retrieving game.
noun
1.
a robust, low-slung breed of spaniel developed by crossing the cocker spaniel with the Sussex spaniel

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