Chased

  • (noun): A person who is being chased.
    Synonyms: pursued

Some articles on chased:

American Sign Language Grammar - Syntax - Topic and Main Clauses
... Without a topic, the dog chased my cat is signed However, people tend to want to set up the object of their concern first and then discuss what happened to it ... do this with passive clauses my cat was chased by the dog ... TOPIC dog chase or literally My cat, the dog chased it ...
The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song (With All Your Power) - Music Video
... Asian women forcibly tape hamburgers to a businessman and then he is let loose, chased by several shirtless obese men and watched by amused but non-interfering ... objectification of her entourage of four women who play "Harajuku Girls"), and is chased by the police officers ... and some lengths of intestine stapled to him and gets chased by a werewolf ...
Tyranny (Shadow Gallery Album) - Plot - Chased
... This is an instrumental track and, as its name points, the Man is being chased, so he is forced to flee ...
Glossary Of Baseball - C - Chase
... is removed from the game by the manager because he gave up too many runs is said to have been "chased from the game" or "chased from the mound" by the opposing batters ... Pettitte was chased from the game in the seventh inning following an RBI single by Willy Taveras and a two-RBI triple by Kazuo Matsui." A player or coach who is ejected from the ... by umpire Lee Weyer in the fourth game of the 1976 Series, seven years after Weaver was chased by Shag Crawford in the fourth game in 1969." ...
Black Capricorn Day - Music Video
... He is chased through the backstreets of a city by a mob, eventually carjacking a moped then a BMW 320 to escape them ... He is then chased by the police, evading capture until he picks up Jamiroquai drummer Derrick McKenzie under a bridge ... The two are found by a police helicopter and run into a warehouse, now chased by both the mob and the police ...

Famous quotes containing the word chased:

    The particular source of frustration of women observing their own self-study and measuring their worth as women by the distance they kept from men necessitated that a distance be kept, and so what vindicated them also poured fuel on the furnace of their rage. One delight presumed another dissatisfaction, but their hatefulness confessed to their own lack of power to please. They hated men because they needed husbands, and they loathed the men they chased away for going.
    Alexander Theroux (b. 1940)

    All things that are
    Are with more spirit chased than enjoyed.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Martin Pawley: Do ya think maybe’s there’s a chance we still might find her?
    Ethan Edwards: Injun’ll chase a thing ‘til he thinks he’s chased it enough. Then he quits. Same way when he runs. Seems like he never learns there’s such a thing as a critter that’ll just keep comin’ on. So we’ll find ‘em in the end. I promise ya. We’ll find ‘em, just as sure as the turnin’ of the earth.
    Frank S. Nugent (1908–1965)