Definitions

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  • interj. Alternative spelling of tallyho.
  • n. Alternative spelling of tallyho.
  • v. Alternative spelling of tallyho.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Paula, there, with the reins of four slashing horses in her hands, her foot on the brake, swinging tally-ho along a mountain road.

    CHAPTER XIX

  • For the first time alone since he had seen the tally-ho off, Dick stepped out on his sleeping porch to the row of barometers and thermometers on the wall.

    CHAPTER XX

  • The unspoken implication was that their lordships would be in hunting pink, up on their horses, crying "tally-ho" before the poor beast had got past the Pugin tea room.

    Lords in the pink over urban foxes

  • If you think U.K. universities are Leftist, just wait and tally-ho see the universities in the U.S.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Some of you saw the procession go up Broad Street, I was away, but the family wrote to me that the tally-ho coach with Lieutenant Hobson upon it stopped right at the front door and the people shouted, “Hurrah for Hobson!” and if I had been there I would have yelled too, because he deserves much more of his country than he has ever received.

    Acres of Diamonds

  • “High, tally-ho in the morning!” away we all went at a hard gallop down-hill.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • Their effort finally ended with his trying to run down a tally-ho which was empty inside and had a party of Harvard students riding atop.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • And when he hallooed ... it was something like a tally-ho in the forest.

    A Sportsman's Sketches

  • They had only to stand round the forest like hounds waiting for the fox to break cover, then it would be view tally-ho over the radio intercoms and the hunt would be on again.

    Dead Cert

  • When he appeared -- and he usually did appear in a hurry -- we gave him a couple of minutes 'start and then tally-ho! and away after him over the plain.

    With Our Army in Palestine

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