from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Hunting with dogs trained to chase game by sight instead of scent.
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- v. Present participle of course.
- n. The "sport" of chasing wild animals, especially hares, with dogs by sight rather than by scent
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The pursuit or running game with dogs that follow by sight instead of by scent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The sport of pursuing hares or other game with greyhounds, when the game is started in sight of the hounds.
- n. Disputing in the schools. See courser, 3.
- n. In coal-mining, regulation of the ventilation of a mine by systematically conducting the air through it by means of various doors, stoppings, and brattices.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. hunting with dogs (usually greyhounds) that are trained to chase game (such as hares) by sight instead of by scent
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Feeling the adrenalin coursing through me, I struggle to retain control.
(Hare coursing is letting greyhounds chase hares in a field — a sort of libertarian dog racing without the bother of a track.) "In the minds of ordinary people," Mike said, hunting is "not an issue of class but an issue of behavior."
Hare coursing is banned, though it's working-class.
The breach sent a churning sea of water from Lake Pontchartrain coursing across Lakeview and into Mid-City, Carrollton, Gentilly, City Park and neighborhoods farther south and east.
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Subhadra's son, that slayer of hostile heroes, beholding that sword coursing towards him, baffled it by the celerity of his movements.
 Probably, as Father Gerard suggests, what would now be known as a coursing-match.
When we moved to Santa Rosa, our home was near a wooded area next to an open field where Buddy enjoyed "coursing" - picking up a scent, then following it back and forth.
They practice a method that is known as coursing, referring to the notion of spotting the prey from
My lurcher came into my family in similar style, abandoned as a failed coursing dog, a broken infected tail, disrupted digestive system, covered in cuts and scrapes she spent the first 24 hours cowering under a table. on February 24, 2010 at 10: 38 pm Serpico