Hounded [verb]

Definition of Hounded:

chase, badger

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Sentence/Example of Hounded:

Our usual homecoming ritual was for me to rattle in the door late at night from a series of flights, to find Teddy swimming an ecstatic sidestroke on the kitchen floor, howling his hound dog “Awooo, awooo.”

Ordered one day to keep the law; ordered the next day to break the law; hounded by owners and threatened by the government!

Angel's wife felt almost as if she had been hounded up that hill like a scorned thing by those—to her—superfine clerics.

He has hounded that poor man to his death in revenge for the trifling sum of money which he was called on to pay for him.

Hounded out er France, poor souls, just like my own great-great-great-granther's father!

Though passionately fond of his wife, yet there were times when McKenzie felt that he was being hounded ahead.

He was used to being blackguarded by the enemies of his country, but now he was hounded in the house of his friends.

For a moment the surprised creature stared at him with big frightened eyes, and then hounded gracefully into the woods.

It is not just, my friend, to be hounded for acts you never perpetrated.

Even Quesada there, with his feverish imaginings, is but a poor hounded thief.