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Definition of "hounded" []

  • Any of several breeds of dog used for hunting (noun)
  • (in combination) (noun)
  • A dog, esp one regarded as annoying (noun)
  • A despicable person (noun)
  • (in hare and hounds) a runner who pursues a hare (noun)
  • An enthusiast (noun)
  • To pursue or chase relentlessly (verb)
  • To urge on (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of hound. (verb)

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Use "hounded" in a sentence
  • "Meanwhile, Texans rookie David Carr was again hounded by a relentless pass rush and was sacked nine times."
  • ""If you come out because you are being hounded, that is very different than being arrested in a bathroom," Ms. Press said."
  • ""It's pretty much the same people every time," says Mr. Bosh, adding that he gets "hounded" everywhere he goes."