from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A small hound of a breed having short legs, drooping ears, and a smooth coat with white, black, and tan markings.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A small hound, formerly kept to hunt hares, now almost superseded by the harrier, which is sometimes called by this name.
- noun Hence Figuratively, one who makes a business of scenting out or hunting down (a person or thing); a spy; a bailiff or sheriff's officer.
- noun A local name for several species of the smaller sharks.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A small hound, or hunting dog, twelve to fifteen inches high, used in hunting hares and other small game. See
- noun Fig.: A spy or detective; a constable.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A small short-legged
smooth- coated hound, often used for hunting hares. Often tri-coloured, its friendly disposition makes it suitable as a family pet.
- noun A person who
snoopson others; a detective.
- verb To
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- noun a small short-legged smooth-coated breed of hound
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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This beagle is the perfect gift for the upcoming holidays.
Although I'm sure the beagle is the real trouble-maker, I can't give the beagle up because she is Monk's dog and we chose her.
A beagle is unlikely to have any effect on your deer herd.
I know its a little wierd to be celebrating a dogs b-day but my little huntin beagle has his first b-day on Feb. 6.
My current beagle is my first dog that I could say is truly a hunting dog.
My current beagle is named Lexi LuLu Bear (Damn ex-wife).
This is a kit to completely transform your beloved pug or beagle from a cute canine to the ultimate unicorn.
A beagle is one of the most social breeds of a very social animal. why is it perfectly OK to keep an animal as sensitive and complex as a beagle in a state of utter boredom and loneliness as if it were a lawnmower or some other machine for the convenience of its owner?
It's so much easier to have a dog who knows how to mind ... especially since the beagle is such an untamable pain in the ass.
If a beagle is crossed with an elkhound and then their offspring are crossed, some of those dogs will suffer from retinal degeneration and some won't.