from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The method or practice of hunting game with hounds; coursing; specifically, the pursuit of deer with hounds, which drive them toward the hunter.
- noun Nautical, same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The act of one who hounds.
- noun (Naut.) The part of a mast below the hounds and above the deck.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb Present participle of
Pursuit, especially when persistent or relentless.
- noun nautical The part of a mast below the hounds and above the deck.
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Father Browne's success in hounding Peggy Mountain out of Ferryland suggests a widening of the wedge.
"I wouldn't use the word hounding," she said coyly.
The courage and daring of our small, lightly armed cruisers in hounding a heavily gunned pocket battleship into the temporary refuge of a neutral port is beyond all praise.
Some others who had taken as great a part as he in hounding guiltless people to death remained impenitent and unpunished.
If a commenter came in hounding on a particular issue that didn’t respect our diversity, we would likely call that person a blogtard not an earnest debater.
How about this, I thought VaProgressive’s excessive use of the word “Nigger”, repeatedly in hounding Senator Allen and drawing the connection to the word Macaca was offensive.
He recalled hounding players for autographs - a Texas pitcher named Roger Clemens among them - and chasing foul balls and dreaming of someday playing on the pristine field.
I'd bet the 'hounding' was done by paparazzi and mamarazzi.
I'm surprised the good Lord aint in Dublin tonight lecturing the Irish media for its "hounding" of the Catholic Church
For some months, NEWSWEEK's Isikoff had been in touch with Tripp -- "hounding" her, Goldberg claims.