Definition of Boarhounds

1. Noun. (plural of boarhound) ¹



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Definition of Boarhounds

1. boarhound [n] - See also: boarhound

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boarhounds

boards up
boardsailing
boardsailings
boardsailor
boardsailors
boardshorts
boardslide
boardsport
boardwalk
boardwalks
boarfish
boarfishes
boarhide
boarhides
boarhound
boarhounds (current term)
boarish
boarlike
boars
boart
boarts
boas
boast
boastance
boasted
boaster
boasters
boastest
boasteth
boastful

Literary usage of Boarhounds

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1. The Laughing Prince: A Book of Jugoslav Fairy Tales and Folk Tales by Parker Fillmore (1921)
""There is one thing," the Youngest Prince said; " when I start out to-morrow morning with the sheep I should like to take with me two strong boarhounds, ..."

2. Sketches from My Life by Augustus Charles Hobart-Hampden (1887)
"It usually is done either by beaters or with boarhounds; but I have had very good sport at boar while hunting fur woodcocks and pheasants, in what may be ..."

3. The Queen's Hounds and Stag-hunting Recollections: With an Introduction on by Edward Burrows, Thomas Lister Ribblesdale (1897)
"Somerville is quite right, and it may here be pointed out that only English blood answers with boarhounds, and that a pack of ..."

4. The Cerebellum by H. Davies (1898)
"The remaining 8 were dogs of large size ; 2 were boarhounds, ia Scotch collie ... These, with the exception of one of the boarhounds, were killed some time— ..."

5. British Dogs, Their Points, Selection, and Show Preparation by William D. Drury (1903)
"This illustrates boarhounds from an etching by Antonio Tempesta, ... Far more likely, however, are they to have been called boarhounds from the fact that ..."

6. Hobart Pasha by Augustus Charles Hobart-Hampden, Horace Kephart (1915)
"It usually is done either by beaters or with boarhounds; but I have had very good sport at boar while hunting for woodcocks and pheasants, in what may be ..."

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