dogging

[ UK /dˈɒɡɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈdɔɡɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. relentless and indefatigable in pursuit or as if in pursuit
    impossible to escape the dogging fears
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How To Use dogging In A Sentence

  • The trick, you see, is to put what's dogging you into the proper perspective.
  • He entered the season with a reputation for dogging it when he wasn't the primary receiver.
  • The delicate Hilary, in cooler blood, would have revolted at the notion of dogging people's footsteps. Fraternity
  • Is prairie-dogging something to do with rubber necking?
  • He loved the game and didn't mind ragging on the players when they were dogging it.
  • And our ‘mode C interrogation’ does cause some prairie-dogging
  • The term dogging has a number of suggested origins, but it probably refers to the "walking the dog" excuse proffered to spouses for an evening's absence. Dogging Craze Has Brits in Heat
  • A professional rider until her retirement in 1937, Kreig entered four traditional events: calf roping, bronc riding, bulldogging, and steer riding.
  • Maybe he has been dogging it all these months in hopes of getting a lot of attention and an extra ration of sympathy kibble.
  • It should be a tag team bulldogging with every other Republican Senator taking his turn at the podium. Did the White House interefere with more Inspectors General? - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
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