Results for chase

Definitions of chase:

part of speech: noun

Pursuit: a hunting: that which is hunted: ground abounding in game.

part of speech: noun

An iron frame in which to confine types.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To follow in pursuit.

part of speech: verb transitive

To incase: to emboss.

part of speech: verb

To work or emboss plate as silversmiths do.

part of speech: noun

Sometimes spelt chace, eager or vehement pursuit; hunting; an earnest seeking after, as pleasure, fame, & c.; the thing sought for or hunted; open ground or retreat for the larger game.

part of speech: noun

A case or frame for holding types: a groove.

part of speech: verb transitive

To pursue: to hunt: to drive away.

part of speech: noun

Eager pursuit; hunting, especially of wild beasts; that which is hunted.

part of speech: verb

To pursue eagerly; to drive away; to follow eagerly after, as pleasure, profit, & c.

part of speech: verb transitive

To pursue; especially, to hunt; drive away; to decorate, as a metal surface, by embossing, engraving, etc.; to cut, as the thread of a screw.

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