Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of greyhound.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See greyhound.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See greyhound.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Jacobo Angeles depicts a red grayhound with a striped tail.

    Jacobo Angeles depicts a red grayhound with a striped tail. The master artisan is a native of Oaxaca. © Alvin Starkman 2008

  • You can imagine all 145 processions, how long .., almost the entirecity is crowdedwith floods of people, police forces, grayhound jawans.

    DURGA PUJA AT CUTTACK

  • Gary calls him the grayhound of cats because he's so lean and lithe.

    Cats! What could be cuter?

  • Railroad train and ocean grayhound, stage and pony cart, spurring horseman and naked brown runner sweating through jungle paths under his mail bags, would bear the news of me East and West, until they met in the antipodes and put a girdle of my loveliness right round the world!

    The Bacillus of Beauty A Romance of To-day

  • Lady Luce was lounging in a chair, playing with a grayhound, and she looked up at him with a smile, then lowered her eyes, as if she were afraid their welcome should be too marked.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills or, One Heart's Burden

  • He quartered the office, a grayhound on the scent; a grayhound with glasses tilted forward on his thin nose, and a silky indecisive brown mustache.

    Main Street

  • He quartered the office, a grayhound on the scent;

    Main Street

  • Now from the ship's gangway came seven trumpeters dressed in glistening plaids: each led with a silver chain a grayhound, and each of the seven hounds carried in his mouth an apple of gold.

    Figures of Earth

  • Ten minutes later he stood beside a great Mallet engine, a sleek, glistening grayhound of the mountains, taking from the superintendent the instructions that would enable him to assist, at least, in the propulsion of the motive power.

    The White Desert

  • I won't repeat it to you, because it's wickedly sad, and grayhound Gelert was so much nobler than most people.

    Set in Silver

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