Noun(1) any of several breeds of dog used for hunting typically having large drooping ears(2) someone who is morally reprehensible
Verb(1) pursue or chase relentlessly
(1) There is not enough general coverage for the average player but too much old, out-of-date material to satisfy the very strong theory hound .(2) Back in 1904, immigrant water baron William Mulholland arrived here with Frederick Eaton, the retired L.A. mayor and water hound .(3) So there goes the number one glory hound of the Queensland Government!(4) Not surprisingly, this gruesome war against the darkest recesses of the human spirit has left him a battered old hound , riddled with scars and guilt.(5) his opponents used the allegations to hound him out of office(6) Mind you, to be called ├ö├ç├┐unpatriotic├ö├ç├û and an ├ö├ç├┐anti-Semite├ö├ç├û by this shameless publicity hound has to be a compliment.(7) Underneath, his light-blue oxford was soaked, proving that the Northwest Passage could still make a sea hound sweat.(8) The brown haired officer was clearly enjoying her cup, savoring it like a true coffee hound .(9) The Dachshund was bred as a badger hound or hunting dog and is known to have existed from the oldest breeds of German hunting dogs such as the Bibarhund.(10) When an insane publicity hound like this candidate finishes first in a congressional primary, the Republican Party has embarrassed itself.(11) a hound came running through the trees, nose to the ground(12) This marks an interesting divide because women - especially California women - have certainly been willing and eager to vote for that other rapacious hound .(13) So it is to kind of hound people out though, isn't it?(14) But I'm not a huge quality hound anyway, as long as it's in focus and I can hear it, I'm usually happy enough as long as the movie is good.(15) No one will badger, harass, bother or hound you about your progress, or lack thereof.(16) In fact, I would generally harry, hassle and hound them until they give up or leave the country.
(1) basset hound :: バセットハウンド
1. dog ::
2. hound dog ::
3. pursue ::
4. force ::
5. trace ::
Different Formshound, hounded, hounding, hounds
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