The squatters had found that out when he blasted away at their hounds.
Oh, sure, the hounds of hell will be unleashed by the left to inflame fear.
Wouldn't even pay attention to the packs of feral Iraqi hounds that yap and howl all through the night when people walk by.
And so Chávez jails and hounds critics, but keeps no gulag of political prisoners.
There were waiters with trays full of drinks standing behind the gospel choir, like someone might release the hounds.
But it wasn't for long; who but his wife called the hounds, and set them on him.
He followed with his hounds and his sword, his trumpet and his missile-ball.
They said I gave up the hounds because I had got too heavy to ride up to them; perhaps you will guess if that was the real reason.
And when he wakened up, his hounds were heaps of dust beside him.
He found Washington as bold as himself in the saddle, and as eager to follow the hounds.
Old English hund "dog," from Proto-Germanic *hundas (cf. Old Saxon and Old Frisian hund, Old High German hunt, German Hund, Old Norse hundr, Gothic hunds), from PIE *kuntos, dental enlargement of root *kwon- "dog" (see canine). Meaning narrowed 12c. to "dog used for hunting."
"hunt with hounds," 1520s, from hound (v.). Sense of "pursue relentlessly" is first recorded c.1600. Related: Hounded; hounding.
Very satisfying; wonderful; great; neat (1950s+ Teenagers)