[ UK /hˈa‍ʊnd/ ]
[ US /ˈhaʊnd/ ]
  1. pursue or chase relentlessly
    the detectives hounded the suspect until they found him
    The hunters traced the deer into the woods
  1. any of several breeds of dog used for hunting typically having large drooping ears
  2. someone who is morally reprehensible
    you dirty dog
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How To Use hound In A Sentence

  • I think that it is because a man, to be attractive, must be free to give his whole time to it, and the Canadian male is so hounded by taxes and the rigours of our climate, that he is lucky to be alive, without being irresistible as well. 2009 June 30 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS
  • On Friday, we thought we'd try lunch at the Stag and Hounds in Binfield, but there wasn't a table free, so we'd headed back homewards and went to the poshest place in the village.
  • Louis XIV spent 200,000 gold francs for the construction of the royal kennels at Versailles where he kenneled hunting hounds, truffle terriers and toy poodles.
  • A wily fox will outrun a pack of hounds, but never a bullet.
  • Grant, a booze-hound from the word go, would show up in front of his superiors stewed to the gills. Who
  • What pack of demonic hellhounds brought you into this world?
  • Over hedge and fence they race, hounds in the lead, redcoats and hangers-on following on horseback.
  • Lose and the hounds of hell might be unleashed. The Sun
  • This relates directly to their ancestry; these short-legged hounds were bred to pursue their quarry by scent over considerable distances.
  • The alternative of drag-racing, where hounds chase a sack of aniseed instead of a fox, is encouraged by these activists.
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