The old-time poachers in England used to do it with their lurcher dogs.
At every halt he made they pressed closer upon the “lurcher.”
The lurcher has always borne an evil repute, which of course is the due not of the dog but of his master.
But she was interested in lurcher for his own miserable sake, too.
But lurcher was ill, and had been sent to a neighboring vet.
The lurcher never barked at them, but seemed to understand their mission.
He had the look of a lurcher, and was, of course, a mongrel.
The hounds of the Indians are something like our lurcher breed.
The lurcher is a dog with the general shape of a greyhound, but with a heavier body, larger ears and rougher coat.
Grip's dam, so the story went, had been a gipsy's lurcher with Airedale blood in her.