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  • n. Plural form of hound.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hound.


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  • Nay, more than resembled, for it actually _was_ a pack of hounds -- of _wild hounds_!

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  • Also if you want to arge that hunting with hounds is inhumanie then would the whole practice of hunting be inhumane?

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  • You might want to check out the police site frequently as that is where the news hounds from the Main Stream Media get their facts, the conjecture they supply, though.

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  • It was my arrows slew the hounds from the top of the cliff.

    Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

  • When I reached the point where the cougar had entered the slide, I called the hounds, but they did not come nor answer me.

    The Last of the Plainsmen

  • 'This is only a poor, rough, ungentlemanly sort of shire, as far as I have seen it; and however they got on with the things I found that they called hounds I can't for the life of me imagine.

    Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour

  • Well-tailored dress shirts, chic leather boots and trendy jeans make Een Dutch for "one" a must-stop shop for discerning label hounds.

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  • In hashing, runners called hounds chase after another runner called the hare, who leaves a trail of flour or paper through fields, streams, and woods or, alternatively, through suburban neighborhoods, strip malls, and public parks.

    Long May You Run

  • Russia "can solve all the tasks it sets itself it the pack of aggressor hounds is kept checked". (these were the statesmen of other nations whom he also denounced a "the warring groups of adventurers of some other countries found in the ruling classes."

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  • A particular sort may be described as hounds which, when hunting or pursuing, run forward with a frequent eye to the discoveries of the rest of the pack, because they have no confidence in themselves.

    On Hunting


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