Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Hunting with beagles.
- v. present participle of beagle.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. hunting rabbits with beagles.
- n. hunting rabbits with beagles
“There is nothing to be said for beagling and those who practise it deserve to be treated with contempt.”
“Gundogs of all breeds were beagling with renounced urbiandor - bic bugles, hot to run him, given law, on a scent breasthigh, keen for the worry.”
“All this, you see … I never had heard of beagling, as you could tell from the book.”
“The giants were all on foot, for there are no giant horses in that part of the world, and the giants 'hunting is done on foot; like beagling in England.”
“Yes, Sir; that lady would no more of went out beagling without being draped for it than she'd of gone steer hunting without a vanity-box lashed to her saddle horn.”
“And I agreed with her that if her chits found beagling too adventurous, then all hope was gone and she might as well let 'em die peacefully in their beds.”
“With characteristic wit, he drew on another of his interests to illustrate the nature of the apo koinou construction used in Old English poetry: "I went out beagling is my favourite pastime.”
“Maths, Latin, Greek and first-class honours in Fagging from somewhere with plenty of panelling, mildewed dons and a bit of beagling when you fancy it.”
“McPeak has been to other beagling competitions and plans to attend the world qualifier next week.”
“Ferguson would rather go beagling with the press pack than leap to Benítez's defence but he was willing to make a general point about managers under pressure.”
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