Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of hare.

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Examples

  • Not an easy chance – the ball was slow and slightly behind his run – but not as hard as it ought to have been.11 mins: Rodallega does well to steal the ball from Lescott, Moses carries it towards the penalty area, ignores the option of a return pass to his fellow forward and clatters a shot miles over the bar.16 mins: Dzeko's fine head-flick sends Nasri haring down the right.

    Wigan Athletic 0 Manchester City 1 | minute-by-minute report

  • Fortunately, as the sun rises the mood changes and Turgoose is haring through the landscapes of Britain, smiling.

    The Hard Sell: Coca-Cola

  • But look at this, there's Ronaldo haring back behind the full-back to make a superb sliding challenge.

    Real Madrid v Barcelona – as it happened | Jacob Steinberg

  • Milan 2-0 Arsenal Robinho 37 Haring down the left, Ibrahimovic gets in behind the Arsenal back four, rolls his foot over the ball when he gets to the byline and clips a pass back to Robinho, who stoops to head past Szzczesny and inside the right upright.39 min: On TV, they're saying that Ibrahimovic was offside when he picked up the ball before haring off down the left in the build-up to that goal.

    AC Milan 4-0 Arsenal – as it happened | Barry Glendenning

  • After we return from the park, it spends the rest of the morning haring up and down the stairs, alternating between its latest confrontation with the cat and the next appointment to bark at a passerby from behind the front door.

    Tim Dowling: I must bond with the new dog

  • An appointment will need to be made, though, and soon, possibly even this week, with Edwards haring up and down the M4, juggling his commitments with Wales and Wasps.

    Tom Croft returns to help relentless Leicester batter heroic Wasps

  • The Natural Governing Party, a gigantic machine for divvying up the spoils of office, is now relegated to haring aimlessly after issues of the day, hoping that it might finally grab a juicy one.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • A ground pass pitches you into an unspoken war with everyone else to plan the best possible day's action from the order of play, with agonising choices between saving your seat at a big-serving men's affair or haring off to court 18 where Mansour Bahrami is due in the mixed doubles.

    Wimbledon 2011: Your survival guide to SW19

  • These were the urban sports stars of viral videos – a pair of youths haring across rooftops laughing in the face of obstacle and gravity; another, arms aloft above a rearing, spiralling BMX think of someone riding a bull with wheels.

    Rewind TV: Ocean Giants; Who Do You Think You Are?; The Story of British Pathé: the Birth of the News; Wilfred – review

  • Attacked by bin Ladin et al in Afghanistan, we went haring off into Iraq (Bushy's way of finishing his daddy's war).

    Republicans celebrate April Fools by praising Obama

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