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dogged
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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as in: dogged by problems Define
followed; or persistently annoyed
  • A stranger then is still dogging us, just as a stranger dogged us in London.

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  • The expedition was dogged by one problem after the next.
  • She was dogged by one problem after the next.

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  • I have ample evidence that you are being dogged in London, and amid the millions of this great city it is difficult to discover who these people are or what their object can be.
  • A stranger then is still dogging us, just as a stranger dogged us in London.

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  • If this man were inside it I should find out from his own lips, at the point of my revolver if necessary, who he was and why he had dogged us so long.
  • It was I, then, and not Sir Henry, who was being dogged by this secret man.
  • It is he, then, who is our enemy—it is he who dogged us in London?

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as in: dogged determination Define
continuing effort to achieve something despite difficulties (persistent)
as in: dogged by problems Define
followed; or persistently annoyed
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