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This explains why the dog has sometimes been called a sleuthhound; that is, a dog set upon a sleuth, or trail.
LANDSEERESTELLE M. HURLL
Its speciality—or, if you like, its oddity—was this merciless mercy; the unrelenting sleuthhound who seeks to save and not slay.
A MISCELLANY OF MENG. K. CHESTERTON
From that instant, all pretenses were abandoned, Robert was a sleuthhound on a keen scent.
Enoch Standring had something of the sleuthhound in his nature.
THE DAY OF JUDGMENTJOSEPH HOCKING
It was the first messenger from Will Leatherbarrow, who hung like a sleuthhound on the trail.
LEGENDS OF LONGDENDALETHOMAS MIDDLETON
Could you be a sleuthhound, Bill—one of those that travel on their stomachs very noiselessly?
In the race for yachts of 40 tons and upwards the 'Samœna,' 'Annasona,' and 'Sleuthhound' started.
Vigilant as a lynx, untiring as a sleuthhound, Austin Ambrose kept continual watch and guard.
WILD MARGARETGERALDINE FLEMING

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