All Noun Verb
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  • He'll not leave even if you try to chase him away.
  • Half of them were killed after a chase in cars and on horses.
  • She runs away, but he chases her and forces his way into her home.
  • He broke into her house through the back door and then chased her down the street.
  • They are chased by yet another car for a short time but get away.
  • She chases after him but he does not want to hear what she has to say.
  • She was about to leave the farm when her mother chased Fish away.
  • Most films of this period were what came to be called "chase films".
  • The song became the first single off his fourth album The Chase.
  • According to this theory, too many people with too much money chased too few goods.
  • However, he has forgotten about her and chases her out of her office.
  • If it is a hard chase, it sometimes needs to rest for half an hour or more.
  • She soon changes her mind about him and chases after him.
  • They also have been seen to chase off humans as well.
  • Chase did not enter medical school, which meant he would be subject to the military draft.
  • When the car takes off, a high speed chase ends in a crash.
  • E chases after him and finds him at the top of the first flight.
  • The music video for the song had the band involved in several car chases with police officers.
  • The male goes through a long chase before the female allows him to mate.
  • He makes his escape, but the old lady chases him out onto the streets.
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Meaning of chase

  • noun United states politician and jurist who served as chief justice of the united states supreme court (1808-1873)
  • noun A rectangular metal frame used in letterpress printing to hold together the pages or columns of composed type that are printed at one time
  • verb Go after with the intent to catch
    The policeman chased the mugger down the alley, the dog chased the rabbit
  • verb Pursue someone sexually or romantically
  • verb Cut a groove into
    chase silver