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- verb Present participle of
Actionof the verb to bay; howling.
- noun An instance of baying; a
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We put our tracking dogs on the track and she went in baying and when we couldn't get in to her she came back bloodied.
On that note, let the trolls begin baying at the moon …
They would follow the convoy all day long, with the furtive air characteristic of those to whom life means nothing but a constant dodging of half-bricks violently hurled; and at night they would sit around in a circle and perform the mournful operation known as baying the moon, which they did with prodigious enthusiasm and complete indifference as to whether there was a moon or not.
Somehow, the idea of baying, greedy crowds fighting for $100 off some piece of electronica seems like the equivalent of searching for stray wax in a stranger's ears.
Welcome to our live coverage of the GOP presidential debate tonight in Orlando, Florida, before an audience of 3,500 Republicans baying for blood – someone's blood.
None of the eurosceptics baying for a referendum objects to Mayfair, Kensington and Knightsbridge becoming ghost towns owned by foreigners, nor to swaths of our great companies and brands falling into foreign ownership.
But public and press were baying for the pole in the light of this sudden threat to national pride.
The fact is she was somebody who, as part of a baying mob, infiltrated a police cordon and as such physically threatened an individual officer because of her presence on the wrong side of that cordon.
If the crowd was a baying mob that police line would have been torn apart in seconds. on April 18, 2009 at 8: 47 am JuliaM
“The fact is she was somebody who, as part of a baying mob, infiltrated a police cordon and as such physically threatened an individual officer because of her presence on the wrong side of that cordon.”