Once we get out into the real world, we continue to follow their every step, hounding them everywhere.
But look closely, and you could see that the sour economy was hounding even our four-legged friends.
hounding Sanford out of office in this moment of maximum pain and political damage could have a similar effect in South Carolina.
But like Spitzer in New York, hounding him out of office now would prompt resignation remorse later.
Also, for those of you hounding me about how I can keep supporting Romney, that post will go up tomorrow.
Let them just continue their hounding game, and see which comes up on top when the bag's shook.
William knew this; yet here he was, hounding me out of the club!
All governments offered to assist the republic in hounding down this rascal.
And as for hounding your father to his death, the Old Man never even knew about it.
That black shape became like a demoniac incubus, hounding him through measureless hells.
Old English hund "dog," from Proto-Germanic *hundas (cf. Old Saxon and Old Frisian hund, Old High German hunt, German Hund, Old Norse hundr, Gothic hunds), from PIE *kuntos, dental enlargement of root *kwon- "dog" (see canine). Meaning narrowed 12c. to "dog used for hunting."
"hunt with hounds," 1520s, from hound (v.). Sense of "pursue relentlessly" is first recorded c.1600. Related: Hounded; hounding.