Those into “robo-tripping” often just chug the medicine without any chaser at all.
On the nights before drill, a couple of adult beverages and an Ambien chaser usually did the trick.
Then she poured Milk of Magnesia into the other glass as a chaser.
His exasperated intensity was his hallmark—you always knew you were getting his truth, straight no chaser.
He would then promptly order a chaser of another round of the same—two more shots of scotch.
Otherwise the game is like ordinary tag, any player who is tagged by the chaser becoming It.
"Look at those fellows with the guns on the deck of the chaser," said Ralph.
We may now consider the effect of continued use and its consequent wear upon the threads or teeth of a tap and die or chaser.
The vessel pursued by some other, that pursuing being the chaser.
Here was a wild-goose chase indeed, but Aronson had a keen suspicion that it was the goose who was the chaser.
c.1300, "horse trained for chasing," agent noun from chase (v.), probably in some cases from Old French chaceor "huntsman, hunter." Meaning "water or mild beverage taken after a strong drink" is 1897, U.S. colloquial. French had chasse (from chasser "to chase") "a drink of liquor taken (or said to be taken) to kill the aftertaste of coffee or tobacco," used in English from c.1800.