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drag hound

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Definition of drag hound in English:

noun

A hound used to hunt with a drag.
Example sentences
  • Army officers enjoyed the faster-paced drag hunt at least as far back at 1863; even today, the military has a pack of drag hounds.
  • She can be very boisterous but is always obedient so she is one of our lead drag hounds.
  • Playful is still in training to become a drag hound.

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