Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of foxhound.

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Examples

  • "You never call foxhounds '_dogs_'!" said Christian, still with hauteur; "Larry, you _are_ an owl!"

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  • In their home at Lael Farm near West Grove, Pa., the Jacksons have a lithograph of a 19th-century French nobleman's six foxhounds.

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  • A large, central image depicts two English foxhounds and two vendeens: Margano, Sereno, Lentenor and Nicanor.

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  • He listens through the country silence for what he called "an eerie kind of music," the sound of foxhounds speaking to the huntsman.

    More British Than Britain

  • Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal A horn to guide the hounds He slid open the door and out spilled a pack of foxhounds, like a fuzzy, barking liquid pouring onto the grass.

    More British Than Britain

  • This ability was improved further when Fairfax imported a pack of foxhounds, and Washington developed a passion for foxhunting.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The group represents 174 packs of foxhounds that hunt in England, Wales and an additional 10 in Scotland, and maintains a strict list of rules and codes of conduct (which the site notes do not apply while the hunting ban is in force).

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  • The rest of her time is spent walking the foxhounds, riding horses, aerating fields, planting rye and buckwheat, mending broken fences and rounding up loose stock.

    An Author's Hunting Grounds

  • Here is Unmitigated Local England, local people enjoying local pleasures - sheep tweeked and preened for the sheepwalk (one judging category reads: Three Threaves Mule or Masham), foxhounds snuffling for the biscuits in a huntsman's coat.

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  • INorman Parkinson/Sygma/Corbis The Duchess of Devonshire with her foxhounds, c.

    Portrait of a Vanishing World

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