- n. Plural form of boarhound.
“We had four donkeys with us, loaded with fuel and other matters; also two great boarhounds, which one of the police led.”
“I took one of the boarhounds to the end of the hall furthest from the entrance, and there I drove a staple into the floor, to which I tied the dog with a short tether.”
“In addition, he kept some breeds that have disappeared from the scene, such as liamhounds, sleuthhounds an ancestor of our bloodhounds and boarhounds.”
“Then she heard a sudden shout, a crashing of glass and a scrambling, tearing noise, the hideous bay of the boarhounds in the court-yard, a scream, and a thud.”
“But the boarhounds for once in their lives did not obey her with a good grace.”
“But stay a moment; she was not alone in the house, for she had three of her dogs with her -- three beautiful boarhounds, trophies of her last trip to the”
“There was also an Arab hunting-dog, a slogi from Morocco, two boarhounds of sorts, some Polar dogs, several bulldogs and collies, and a considerable group of terrier varieties in one way or another exceptional.”
“A falcon was perched on his shoulder; he had a set of bagpipes under his arm; and he was leading two powerful boarhounds on a leash.”
“There is one thing," the Youngest Prince said; "when I start out to-morrow morning with the sheep I should like to take with me two strong boarhounds, a falcon, and a set of bagpipes.”
“Half a dozen huntsmen held in leash as many couples of huge boarhounds at one side of the hall; on the other, servants, carrying gold trays of refreshments, stood in line.”
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