tal•ly•hoPronunciation: (tal'ē-hō" for 1; tal"ē-hō' for 2–5), [key]
—n., pl. -hos,
—interj., v. -hoed or -ho'd, -ho•ing.
1. Chiefly Brit.
a mail coach or a four-in-hand pleasure coach.
a cry of “tallyho.”
the cry of a hunter on first sighting the fox.
to arouse by crying “tallyho,” as to the hounds.
to utter a cry of “tallyho.”
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