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Synonyms for hound

Synonyms for hound

to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

to torment with persistent insult or ridicule

Synonyms for hound

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By Allah," he thundered, "if the afflicted of God come to any harm at your hands, I myself will shoot every hound and every puppy, and the Hunt shall ride no more.
It was four, as a matter of fact, ere a steamer with a melodious bargeful of hounds anchored at that landing.
The idea of some ghastly presence constantly haunted him, and on more than one occasion he has asked me whether I had on my medical journeys at night ever seen any strange creature or heard the baying of a hound.
hounds a kerchief of the maid's, he swung them to the
The gentle rustle of the branches and the distant cooing of pigeons were the only sounds which broke in upon the silence, save that once Alleyne heard afar off a merry call upon a hunting bugle and the shrill yapping of the hounds.
with which they called upon their favorite hounds, when a group of horsemen crashed out through the underwood at the very spot where the serf and he were standing.
Some beast, with a strong scent, has passed between the wind and the hound, father, and it makes him uneasy; or, perhaps, he too is dreaming.
you have run the hound on the track of a wolf, and his nose has a better memory than his master
I made sure of the door before I left the hut, and I think he is too great a coward to approach the hounds.
But don't you know, Porthos, that after the foxes come hounds, and after hounds men?
Now it would have been an ill day for these four good fellows had not Will Scarlet stepped before the others and met the hounds as they came rushing.
Nicholas said timidly, conscious at the sight of the weather, the hounds, and the huntsman that he was being carried away by that irresistible passion for sport which makes a man forget all his previous resolutions, as a lover forgets in the presence of his mistress.
This was not however the case at present; for after a long fruitless search, Mr Fitzpatrick returned to the kitchen, where, as if this had been a real chace, entered a gentleman hallowing as hunters do when the hounds are at a fault.
Then the hounds clustered round Thorne, who explained shortly, "They're to have six minutes' law.
hounds used to do at Queen's Crawley, he should be happy to see him there, and the gentlemen of the Fuddlestone hunt.