Coursing [verb]

Definition of Coursing:

flow; run

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Sentence/Example of Coursing:

Oliver looked up at the windows, with tears of happy expectation coursing down his face.

Peter persisted, his hot breath against her cheek, his blood coursing through his veins in red-hot passion.

"I just can't stand it for another minute, Bunny," she faltered, real tears coursing down her cheeks.

The latter looked immovably at the little girl, while tears were coursing down her cheeks.

"They've done it just to irritate me as I'm starting off on my world's tour," he muttered, coursing round the table.

He then joined the others, and the poor girl was once more coursing over the prairie more rapidly than ever.

Both were ardent sportsmen after quails, woodcock, etc., but their love of coursing was extreme.

He was standing outside the bar room door, big tears silently coursing down his pale and freckled cheeks.

Now he saw some tears slowly coursing down the pale cheeks, and his heart was moved with infinite pity.

Look at this picture of coursing, here is another of hawking, and now see these otter hounds.