Thesaurus / dogging


It seemed as though some evil genius was dogging his footsteps, bringing failure upon his most carefully planned enterprises.

But scouts would be out, dogging the flanks of the Confederate forces, just as he had done the opposite during the past few days.

Ride Proud, Rebel!Andre Alice Norton

I can assure you that you are wasting your time in dogging my movements.

He was leaving the choza of one villager when Quesada, dogging his steps, plucked him by the sleeve.

The Wolf CubPatrick Casey

It was by dogging her innocent steps that I came to the museum this morning.

The Mystery of the Hasty ArrowAnna Katharine Green

As he moved on it was very soon clear that the monkey was dogging him.

Beware, however, of the soft-tongued, amiable loafer who persists in dogging your heels and offering his services as a guide.

The Story of SevilleWalter M. Gallichan

The delicate Hilary, in cooler blood, would have revolted at the notion of dogging people's footsteps.

FraternityJohn Galsworthy

Moreover, Sir Rupert and his inseparable friend have been watching and dogging all our movements for months past.

The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4George W. M. Reynolds

I don't see any one who appears to be dogging me at present.

A Life SentenceAdeline Sergeant


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