Chasing [verb]

Definition of Chasing:

run after, pursue

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Opposite/Antonyms of Chasing:

Sentence/Example of Chasing:

He then learned that he had attacked and was chasing a small scouting party towards Versailles.

The morning is fresh; a keen wind is chasing the clouds across a grey sky and reddening the youngsters' fingers.

Some wolves and panthers were chasing a bull that had been feeding in the valley near the woods.

Faithful thought he was chasing the pig, and the pig thought he was chasing Faithful, and they did it in a ring on the lawn.

In the rooms above they were still chasing, plundering, slaughtering; it sounded very far away.

Even aside from the size of the check, Bunny, it was great chasing the old man to cover.

I begged, and told him I was only Huck; but he laughed such a screechy laugh, and roared and cussed, and kept on chasing me up.

The arrow fire smote them; yet on and on they spurred, still chasing back the foe.

A squad of civilian youngsters was chasing Major Dampfer down the street, pelting the huge target of his backside with snowballs.

And the small boys were everywhere, chasing one another about and getting in everyone's way.