- כֶּלֶב גִשׁוּשׁ
Noun(1) a breed of large powerful hound of European origin having very acute smell and used in tracking
(1) He could sense their fright like a bloodhound could sniff out a fox.(2) Running as fast as I could, I followed my prey like a bloodhound to a Siamese cat.(3) She mentioned the possibility of bringing in a bloodhound , because of that breed's particular talent in picking up a scent.(4) Imagine a hawk's sight; a sense of smell far superior to a bloodhound 's; being able to taste minute traces of impurities in drinking water.(5) Melena, with senses as keen as a bloodhound 's, tracked him down easily and barred his escape.(6) His pursuers tracked him down with a bloodhound but the fugitive managed to kill the hound with an arrow and make good his escape.(7) That one's involved in presenting antigens to helper T cells, a process very close to presenting a pack of bloodhounds with someone's dirty sock.(8) Hunting with bloodhounds , or hunting ‘the clean boot’ as it is also known, involves the hounds picking up a human scent left by an athlete who sets off some time before the hunt.(9) No trail is laid or dragged and the bloodhounds have such a keen sense of smell that they can follow the scent left by the running shoes.(10) A chance to get something done without the media bloodhounds on our heels all the time.(11) The people are at bay - let the bloodhounds of money who dogged us thus far beware.(12) They scrambled out the door like bloodhounds on the scent.(13) The County provided bloodhounds on Tuesday night to scour the area in an effort to determine if the girl was killed there or if her body was dumped there.(14) To chase a single fox for miles using god knows how many horses, bloodhounds and people is hardly the most effective way of controlling the fox population.(15) Footprints were everywhere - from the officers and their bloodhounds - but I did manage to find the two sets that the officer inside had spoken of.(16) Then of course there is the pro-China media, ever ready to unleash the bloodhounds on a scent provided by the opposition parties.
(1) bloodhound :: כֶּלֶב גִשׁוּשׁ
1. sleuthhound ::
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She's pregnant, she's not a BLOODHOUND.
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He has a nose
like a damn BLOODHOUND.
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