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Definition of "chasing" []

  • 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)
  • Present participle of chase. (verb)

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Use "chasing" in a sentence
  • "Everton, Tottenham, Man City and Villa will consistently take points off the title chasing sides."
  • "That could see Tommy Bridewell aboard the Quay Garage Honda posing questions of the title chasing pack as he ran only marginally down in seventh place ahead of Alastair Seeley on the second Relentless Suzuki and Chris Walker riding his privately entered Suzuki"
  • "Michael Laverty is ready to take the fight for the MCE Insurance British Superbike crown to the title chasing duo of Tommy Hill and Josh Brookes in the sixth round of the championship at"