American foxhound


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American foxhound

n.
A dog of a breed developed in the British colonies of North America for fox hunting, having drooping ears and a smooth glossy coat that is usually black, tan, and white.
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Noun1.American foxhound - an American breed of foxhounds used for hunting both in packs and individuallyAmerican foxhound - an American breed of foxhounds used for hunting both in packs and individually
foxhound - medium-sized glossy-coated hounds developed for hunting foxes
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