Definitions of Tallyho

  1. The huntsman's cry to incite or urge on his hounds.
  2. A tallyho coach.
  3. A four- in- hand coach.

Usage examples for Tallyho

  1. He had found out, among other things, that Tallyho was " Tallyhoon," brought home by the Crusaders. – It Happened in Egypt by C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson
  2. Deep in Leinster street by Trinity's postern a loyal king's man, Hornblower, touched his tallyho cap. – Ulysses by James Joyce
  3. Tallyho not to mention tantivy. – Right Ho, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
  4. They stared at each other for some moments, and then Mollett said, in a low dull voice, " Yes, she knows me; it was she that lived with her at Tallyho Lodge." – Castle Richmond by Anthony Trollope
  5. It was seldom that the driver used this tallyho – Jimmy, Lucy, and All by Sophie May
  6. A pack of bloodhounds, led by Hornblower of Trinity brandishing a dogwhip in tallyho cap and an old pair of grey trousers, follow from fir, picking up the scent, nearer, baying, panting, at fault, breaking away, throwing their tongues, biting his heels, leaping at his tail. – Ulysses by James Joyce
  7. Well, as I was telling you, it has come to a jolly little company of four in my surrey, which, after all, is perhaps nicer than a dozen in a tallyho though of course it won't impress the voters as much." – The Henchman by Mark Lee Luther
  8. Uncle James was seated nearly opposite, for the two long seats of the tallyho faced each other. – Jimmy, Lucy, and All by Sophie May
  9. The Major, thinking that it might be as well to conciliate his enemies, rode solemnly and slowly home to Tallyho Lodge in the middle of his hounds. – The Duke's Children by Anthony Trollope
  10. Draw your swords, my merry men all, and hark forward tallyho in the utmost silence. – The Enchanted Castle by E. Nesbit
  11. They had alighted from the cars at a way- station, and were walking along the platform toward the tallyho coach which was waiting for them. – Jimmy, Lucy, and All by Sophie May
  12. They could not come to- day; there would have been hardly room for them in the tallyho – Jimmy, Lucy, and All by Sophie May
  13. As the tallyho rattled along, the older people in it fell to talking; and the children looked at the country they were passing, sang snatches of songs, and gave little exclamations of delight. – Jimmy, Lucy, and All by Sophie May