Definition of buckhound in English:

buckhound

Syllabification: buckhound
Pronunciation: /ˈbəkˌhound
 
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noun

A staghound of a small breed.
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  • Out early one crisp morning, the royal buckhounds picked up the scent of a noble white stag.
  • Thus, we have the buckhound, deerhound, foxhound, and staghound.
  • The buckhounds never killed many deer, but they dispersed the deer population throughout the forest.

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