Definición de foxhound en inglés:

foxhound

Saltos de línea: fox|hound
Pronunciación: /ˈfɒkshaʊnd
 
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sustantivo

A dog of a smooth-haired breed with drooping ears, often trained to hunt foxes in packs over long distances.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • By the late thirteenth century, King Edward I had a royal pack of foxhounds but it was not until several centuries later that foxhunting was generally taken up by the nobility.
  • The pack of harrier hounds - a smaller breed of dog than foxhounds, but larger than beagles - is kept at kennels near Gisburn.
  • He said Yorkshire had one of the highest concentrations of mounted foxhounds, beagle packs and terrier and lurchermen, from moorland fox packs to ratters in Leeds and Sheffield.

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