A dog used for tracking or pursuing, such as a bloodhound. Also called sleuth.(noun)
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Use "sleuthhound" in a sentence
"To Oscar it spoke volumes, and he knew that his faithful strategist had succeeded in falling to a trail; and he knew that he would soon be on the trail like a sleuthhound following its prey."
"From that instant, all pretenses were abandoned, Robert was a sleuthhound on a keen scent."
"However, the methodical sleuthhound ran his quarry to earth a year or two later, just as he had put the finishing touches to his great"