The British Idiom – Hound someone
Definition of Hound someone
To hound (or dog) someone is to make them feel very uncomfortable or stressed out by demanding that they do something.
Examples of Usage of Hound someone
My new boss has been hounding me and the rest of the staff since she arrived last month. If she doesn’t stop, I might just have to look for a new job. My brother’s been hounding me for the money he says I owe him.
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