With host -d I simply get

> Trying "local"

When it works normally I get;

Trying "local"
Host local. not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)
Received 98 bytes from in 1 ms
Received 98 bytes from in 1 ms

The system I am hitting this issue on is an upgraded system (rather than
a fresh install which wouldn't use ifupdown)

Because this is a serious issue for bionic upgraders I am attaching a
debdiff to use 'timeout' to fix the issue for now because release is
imminent.  Core issue with 'host' probably still needs to be
investigated (as this may add 5s delays to boot-up) however the timeout
is probably a good backup anyway.  In some ways potentially the entire
check-dns script should probably be launched under timeout.

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  bind9-host, avahi-daemon-check-dns.sh hang forever causes network
  connections to get stuck

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