foxhunt


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Noun1.foxhunt - mounted hunters follow hounds in pursuit of a foxfoxhunt - mounted hunters follow hounds in pursuit of a fox
hunting, hunt - the pursuit and killing or capture of wild animals regarded as a sport
Verb1.foxhunt - hunt foxes, on horseback and with dogs
hunt, hunt down, track down, run - pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals); "Goering often hunted wild boars in Poland"; "The dogs are running deer"; "The Duke hunted in these woods"
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foxhunt

[ˈfɒkshʌnt] Ncacería f de zorro
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She watched a foxhunt from the treehouse, lodged in Britain's oldest lime tree, and wrote in her diary that the hall was "a curious looking but very comfortable house.
Horn player Lauren Becker, a professor at SUNY Potsdam, said the horn is historically an outdoor instrument used to get the attention of townsfolk or call hounds for a foxhunt.
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The local foxhunt, the Curre & Llangibby Hunts, is named after the family.
This excerpt captures the inner workings of Jorrocks's mind--those things that most intrigue him (Batsay); most agitate him (Binjimin's indifference towards acting "Whip" in the Handley Cross foxhunt); most pique his curiosity (Charley and Belinda under the table); most trouble his sense of reception (that others will perceive him making a living out of the Handley Cross foxhunt subscriptions).
5) Sweda and Rollig performed most of their horn-playing duties on horseback, in the tradition of the foxhunt, but they also performed in traditional processionals inside the courts.
10 prizes of a family* meal at one of the following restaurants: Harvester Bassetts Pole in Sutton Coldfield, Harvester Boldmere in Sutton Coldfield, Harvester Monkspath in Solihull, Harvester Star City in Birmingham, Harvester Fort in Birmingham, The Arden Oak in Sheldon, The Beacon in Great Barr, The Cock and Magpies in Smethwick, The Foxhunt in Halesowen, The Summerhill in Kingswinford.
At the beginning of this part of the autobiography, Green interprets memory with the help of the metaphor of a foxhunt, in which it is presumably the rememberer who, "like the huntsman, on a hill" "blows his horn" (97) to evoke memories.
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