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Definition of "chased" []

  • To follow or run after (a person, animal, or goal) persistently or quickly (verb)
  • To force to run (away); drive (out) (verb)
  • To court (a member of the opposite sex) in an unsubtle manner (verb)
  • To pursue persistently and energetically in order to obtain results, information, etc (verb)
  • To hurry; rush (verb)
  • The act of chasing; pursuit (noun)
  • Any quarry that is pursued (noun)
  • An unenclosed area of land where wild animals are preserved to be hunted (noun)
  • The right to hunt a particular quarry over the land of others (noun)
  • A ball that bounces twice, requiring the point to be played again (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of chase. (verb)

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Use "chased" in a sentence
  • "The Fables comics are an infinitely entertaining and moving series of comics about a world in which every fable, legend and belief of humanity has been chased from the worlds of fantasy to exile on Earth, hiding in a secret side-street in Manhattan."
  • ""You didn't get all that muscle from bein 'chased by McManus,""
  • "When he started to climb, Paula again chased him to the half-way platform with a threat to dive."