Noun(1) the largest breed of dogs; formerly used to hunt wolves
(1) One of them, Mingan, even has a wolfhound that follows him around everywhere and warns him when danger's near.(2) He also enraged the Marquise by referring to her as Petticoat III (Petticoats I and II being Maria-Theresa and the Empress Elizabeth of Russia) and by calling the wolfhound who slept in his bed his Pompadour.(3) Being a man of little culture myself, I was always of the impression that the dreaded Alsations, beast requiring the utmost caution, were descendants of the infamous wolfhound and came from somewhere near Alsace.(4) It's nicely done up with antique nicknacks but most times everyone is gathered in a rather chaotic kitchen, where you might get a bite to eat - if the wolfhound doesn't grab it off the table first.(5) The wolfhound began wagging his tail and barked at her, as if to say hello.(6) He turned around and headed to a small courtyard where a young man sat, brushing a wolfhound .(7) Henry VII had a Welsh dragon and a wolfhound on his heraldic insignia.(8) Each man had an animal of some sort close to him; one had a hawk, another a wolfhound .(9) Indeed a wolfhound bred by Fr. Kennedy in Rosenallis found its home with the Kennedys in the Whitehouse.(10) Among her most talented contemporaries, Philpot can seem like a wolfhound among housecats: she wants lines and poems as urgent and as resistant to intellect as her favored subjects, and at her best she gets them.(11) Chulrua translates from the Irish as ‘red back,’ and was the name and distinguishing feature of the favourite wolfhound belonging to ancient Irish hero Fionn MacCumhaill.(12) They neither of them moved as the outline of a young man moved in and out of focus, lovingly petting the bronze wolfhound .(13) The Celtic revival in the world of arts and crafts meant an abundance of round towers, shamrocks and wolfhounds , all of which graced the postcards.(14) The door was closed, so the wolfhounds would not even see him, and the room that he had happened to break into was a full pantry!(15) She could feel the words inside of her, leaping to get out like wolfhounds tug at their leashes when they smell prey.(16) The current ‘dogmobile’ for Denise's two wolfhounds and one lurcher is an ageing Peugeot 806.
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