HOUND


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But that cry of pain from the hound had blown all our fears to the winds.
I was prepared for a hound, but not for such a creature as this.
If it's high enough to hide a hound at this time of year, it's all right.
"Wait a moment!" The Governor drew forth a sneezing hound. "I've just remembered I'm Governor of these parts."
The master was running up, but was too far away; and it was Collie that saved the hound's life.
His growl and his bark are all that is left him now; you may come on, friend; the hound is toothless."
One old hunter who has a dry tongue, who used to come to bathe in Walden once every year when the water was warmest, and at such times looked in upon me, told me that many years ago he took his gun one afternoon and went out for a cruise in Walden Wood; and as he walked the Wayland road he heard the cry of hounds approaching, and ere long a fox leaped the wall into the road, and as quick as thought leaped the other wall out of the road, and his swift bullet had not touched him.
"Daniel!" 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.
The hounds ran very hard, as it is called, and the squire pursued over hedge and ditch, with all his usual vociferation and alacrity, and with all his usual pleasure; nor did the thoughts of Sophia ever once intrude themselves to allay the satisfaction he enjoyed in the chace, which, he said, was one of the finest he ever saw, and which he swore was very well worth going fifty miles for.
"No," said Goenne, "they are not the Seigneur de Locmaria's hounds."
Then the hounds clustered round Thorne, who explained shortly, "They're to have six minutes' law.
At this alarm, the hounds of Natty rushed out of their bark kennel, and commenced their long, piteous howls, leaping about as if half frantic, though restrained by the leashes of buckskin by which they were fastened.