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
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How to use dogging in a sentence
And whatever his sins, no one has ever accused Rodriguez of dogging it on the baseball field.
She said she begged her attacker to take her to the hospital, but all he said in response was, “Quit dogging me.”What's in the Grim Sleeper's Grand Jury Transcripts | Christine Pelisek | May 6, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
The next time you are downward dogging, give a thought to that ballsy broad from the Ukraine.
Would Woods be worth nearly $1 billion today if he had been dogging around as openly as Dennis Rodman?
If a police officer is dogging you out, simply suck it up and accept it.
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.Stories of Old Greece and Rome | Emilie Kip Baker
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