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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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"hidden in a thicket," and Chaucer says he is "rechased" when he means he is headed back, while the note which the huntsman sounds to recall the hounds when the stag is lost is a "forloyn."
And then he sent them the second time, and they were rechased again by the vision of the angels.