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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of course.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Hunted.
- adj. Arranged in courses.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Arranged in courses.
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For a moment, he screamed and writhed on the floor as the intense pain coursed through his mind pushing him to the edge of unconsciousness.
Nearby, where a river once coursed, is the arch of a small stone bridge, half silted over.
It was traversed by broad avenues, in many places half grown up with brush-wood, where the beauties of former days used to take their stand to see the stag coursed with greyhounds, or to gain an aim at him with the cross-bow.
It was traversed by broad avenues, in many places half grown up with brush-wood, where the beauties of former days used to take their stand to see the stag coursed with greyhounds, or to gain an aim at him with the crossbow.
Scores of young men carrying - or wearing - Egyptian flags coursed through the crowd chanting, "With our blood and with our hearts we are united."
Nostradamus 'visions of death and destruction; the Mayan calendar's supposed hints that Dec. 21, 2012, is the end; Christianity's prophecy of Christ's return; and the interpretations of Revelations and other religious writings all have coursed for centuries through literature and society.
She opened her eyes, and adrenaline coursed through her, as she gripped onto the parachute strings tightly.
A vampire bit you in several places, injecting venom that coursed through your veins, incinerating your organs and finally stopping your heart.
She was rank, but the smell was a woman's, and his lust coursed through his veins.
Cosh is an extremely vicious tool, which does it's damage internally as apposed to a nasty surface bruise coursed by the baton!