So she was hounded out of the running, with neocon darling John McCain at the head of the pack.
hounded by the father of the surveillance state, J. Edgar Hoover, Chaplin gave up on America and retired to Switzerland.
Benjamin Sarlin talks to punk rock legend Jello Biafra, who hounded him the first time.
From the beginning of their careers as thieves, the Graney boys were hounded by an obnoxious deputy named Coy Childers.
She was hounded by the prying paparazzi, desperate to label her a partied-out starlet.
I believe that, even if any of the men wished to stay away, they would be hounded to the front by the women.
And have it said that a mob of newspapers have hounded me to it.
The mother is hounded into the bush, where she must live alone.
Ye've hounded me and harried me through th' woods all th' year!
What good would it do me to escape from this prison—to be hounded and hunted from one end of the world to the other?
Old English hund "dog," from Proto-Germanic *hundas (cf. Old Saxon and Old Frisian hund, Old High German hunt, German Hund, Old Norse hundr, Gothic hunds), from PIE *kuntos, dental enlargement of root *kwon- "dog" (see canine). Meaning narrowed 12c. to "dog used for hunting."
"hunt with hounds," 1520s, from hound (v.). Sense of "pursue relentlessly" is first recorded c.1600. Related: Hounded; hounding.