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dogged
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
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dogged
Used in
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
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  • I dogged 'em to the widder's stile, and stood in the dark and heard the ragged one beg for the widder, and the Spaniard swear he'd spile her looks just as I told you and your twoŚ" "What! The DEAF AND DUMB man said all that!" Huck had made another terrible mistake! He was trying his best to keep the old man from getting the faintest hint of who the Spaniard might be, and yet his tongue seemed determined to get him into trouble in spite of all he could do.  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: dogged determination
as in: dogged by problems
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