coursing

the chase of game, particularly the hare; from Latin cursus,
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Coursing

Coursing is the pursuit of game or other animals by dogs—chiefly greyhounds and other sighthounds—catching their prey by speed, running by sight and not by scent. Coursing was a common hunting technique, practised by the nobility, the landed and wealthy, and commoners with sighthounds and lurchers. In its oldest recorded form in the Western wo...
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Coursing

• (n.) The pursuit or running game with dogs that follow by sight instead of by scent. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Course
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coursing

noun hunting with dogs (usually greyhounds) that are trained to chase game (such as hares) by sight instead of by scent
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Coursing

Cours'ing noun The pursuit or running game with dogs that follow by sight instead of by scent. « In coursing of a deer, or hart, with greyhounds. Bacon »
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coursing

Chasing of hares by greyhounds, not by scent but by sight, as a sport and as a test of the greyhound's speed. It is one of the most ancient of field sports. Since the 1880s it has been practised in the UK on enclosed or park courses
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Coursing

Coursing is the pursuit of game by dogs running by sight, not by scent. Modern coursing is mainly restricted to greyhound racing where the objective is not to catch the hare, but rather a race of speed between the dogs. The first known set of English rules for coursing was drawn up in the reign of Elizabeth I by the Duke of Norfolk.
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coursing

Te pursuit of game by dogs running by sight, not by scent. Modern coursing is mainly restricted to greyhound racing where the object is not to catch the hare, but rather a race of speed between the dogs. The first known set of English rules for coursing was drawn up in the reign of Elizabeth I by the Duke of Norfolk.
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coursing

the chase of game, particularly the hare; from Latin cursus,
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coursing

the pursuit of game by hounds hunting by sight and not by scent. In modern, organized coursing competitions, two greyhounds at a time pursue one ... [1 related articles]
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Coursing

The sport of chasing prey with Sighthounds.
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Coursing

The sport of chasing prey with sighthounds.
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coursing

[n] - hunting with dogs that are trained to chase game by sight instead of by scent
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