fox-hunting

The pursuit of a fox across country on horseback, aided by a pack of foxhounds specially trained to track the fox's scent. The aim is to catch and kill the fox. In drag-hunting, hounds pursue a...
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Fox-hunting

Fox'-hunt`ing adjective Pertaining to or engaged in the hunting of foxes; fond of hunting foxes.
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Fox-hunting

• (a.) Pertaining to or engaged in the hunting of foxes; fond of hunting foxes.
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Fox-Hunting

Fox-hunting is a barbaric blood sport, once a favourite English sport much practised during the autumnal and winter months by the British idle-rich. A traditional pack of foxhounds consisted of from 20 to 60 couples of hounds according to the frequency of the hunting days. These dogs were carefully bred and trained and were under the superintendenc
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fox-hunting

The pursuit of a fox across country on horseback, aided by a pack of foxhounds specially trained to track the fox's scent. The aim is to catch and kill the fox. In drag-hunting, hounds pursue a prepared trail rather than a fox. Described by the playwright Oscar Wilde as `the unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable`, fox-huntin...
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