one of an English breed of terriers having a topknot and a thick, fleecy, usually bluish coat, groomed to resemble a lamb.
There was a Bedlington terrier—Parker’s dog—attached (literally) to the caravan.
Tomaso’s Fortune and Other Stories Henry Seton Merriman
a lithe, graceful breed of terrier having a long tapering head with no stop and a thick fleecy coat Often shortened to Bedlington
Also called Bedlingtonshire [bed-ling-tuh n-sheer, -sher] /ˈbɛd lɪŋ tənˌʃɪər, -ʃər/ (Show IPA). an urban area in E Northumberland, in N England. Bedlington terrier. Contemporary Examples With the right comb-outs, poodles and Bedlington terriers credibly imitate camels and bison. China’s Dog-Dyeing Craze: Once Shunned, Pet Pooches Now Embraced Melinda Liu July 7, 2012 Historical Examples Bedlington […]
- Bedloe’s island
former name of Liberty Island. noun the former name (until 1956) of Liberty Island
- Bednar’s aphthae
bednar’s aphthae Bednar’s aphthae Bed·nar’s aphthae (běd’närz) n. Aphthae affecting the newborn, consisting of two patches, one on either side of the median raphe of the palate.
J(ohannes) Georg [yoh-hah-nuh s gey-awrk] /yoʊˈhɑ nəs ˈgeɪ ɔrk/ (Show IPA), born 1950, German physicist: Nobel Prize 1987.