Definition of Elkhounds

1. Noun. (plural of elkhound) ¹



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Definition of Elkhounds

1. elkhound [n] - See also: elkhound

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Elkhounds

elixation
elixations
elixir
elixir of life
elixirlike
elixirs
elk
elk-wood
elk nut
elk test
elkburger
elkburgers
elke
elkhorn fern
elkhound
elkhounds (current term)
elknut
elks
elkskin
elkskins
elkwood
ell
ellachick
ellagic
ellagic acid
ellagitannin
ellagitannins
ellebore
elleborin
elleck

Literary usage of Elkhounds

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1. A Winter in the West by Charles Fenno Hoffman (1835)
"If the race be continued, they ought to be dubbed elkhounds, from their adaptability to the pursuit of that fine game, which abounds over the river. ..."

2. The Twentieth Century Dog by Herbert Compton (1904)
"Some very fine benches of elkhounds have been seen at some of our English shows, and on occasions separate classes have been given for them. ..."

3. The Pomeranian by G. M. Hicks (1908)
"Besides the Iceland dog already mentioned, there are Norwegian and Swedish dogs, often referred to as elkhounds, since they are employed in hunting the elk; ..."

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