/ (ˈdɒɡɪŋ) /

  1. British slang the practice of carrying out or watching sexual activities in semi-secluded locations such as parks or car parks, often arranged by e-mail or text messages

Words Nearby dogging

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How to use dogging in a sentence

  • It was plain that the Indians were dogging our steps day and night, and the men were warned not to straggle.

    A Virginia Scout | Hugh Pendexter
  • Is there no retributive justice dogging his heels, from which all the glories and adulations of earth cannot shield him?

    The Life of Thomas Wanless, Peasant | Alexander Johnstone Wilson
  • But the skipper came dogging at his heels when Mayo set off up the one street of Maquoit.

    Blow The Man Down | Holman Day
  • He called to him, but no one answered except the devoted Echo who was always dogging his footsteps.

  • And in the depths of her thought dwelt the dogging fear of illness and incapacity, goading her to work while she could.

    Tales Of Men And Ghosts | Edith Wharton