Usage examples for hounds

  1. So we did, and scarcely had we reached it and dismounted when the hounds came past. – Ayesha The Further History of She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed by H. Rider Haggard
  2. And you did consent to the use of hounds? – Elsie's Womanhood by Martha Finley
  3. Though her thoughts had taken only an instant, the hounds were coming near. – Gone to Earth by Mary Webb
  4. If one of the hounds had come near me, I would have shot it. – Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe by Sabine Baring-Gould
  5. She heard the distant sound of hounds, She heard the huntsman's blast. – Cole's Funny Picture Book No. 1 by Edward William Cole
  6. The elk was no longer in sight, and the roar of the water was so great that it was impossible to hear the hounds. – Eight Years' Wandering in Ceylon by Samuel White Baker
  7. Look out for the hounds,- we must start, if we mean to do any riding this day!" – The Story Of Kennett by Bayard Taylor
  8. That dark bay will never do another day with hounds, said Temple. – The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly by Charles James Lever
  9. Well, we used to have rare sport hunting them with fox- hounds. – Beautiful Joe by Marshall Saunders
  10. During this pause, the hounds having hit on the scent again, the King was left behind, but spurred on. – James VI and the Gowrie Mystery by Andrew Lang
  11. They had scarcely concealed themselves in the bushes, when one of the hounds appeared on the bank. – Frank on a Gun-Boat by Harry Castlemon
  12. Sir Harry asked her whether she could ride to hounds. – Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
  13. She saw what had happened, and went after the hounds. – Home Again by George MacDonald
  14. The hounds would come up, but could not walk the fence, and they would have difficulty in finding where the fox had left it. – Beautiful Joe by Marshall Saunders
  15. Anyway- I'll give her credit for that- she doesn't hunt with the hounds and run with the hare. – Caste by W. A. Fraser
  16. Then he said that they must go together some time to a meet of the hounds or to the " Pheasantry," whereupon she pursed her lips and said that that was an idea which might be discussed some time in the future. – Royal Highness by Thomas Mann
  17. Here a cry of hounds, and wind horns in a peal. – Titus-Andronicus by Shakespeare, William
  18. Here horses' hoofs, there large and small feet had pressed the snow, yonder hounds had run, and- Great Heaven! – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers