bluetick

[bloo-tik]
noun
  1. an American hound having a usually black, tan, and white coat flecked or mottled with black, used in hunting foxes and raccoons.

Origin of bluetick

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Historical Examples of bluetick

  • Next in importance was a hound, a bluetick named Precious Sue.

    The Duck-footed Hound

    James Arthur Kjelgaard