chivied chivied


  • (v) annoy continually or chronically



  1. Such a place is something of a freak because the earliest humans were scarce and furtive creatures, chivied from place to place by changes of environment and predatory beasts.
  2. While citizens and Senators chivied him with demands for more ships faster, War Shipping Administration's Jerry Land had one good answer anyway.
  3. For years the Manhattan Aquarium was chivied by large river rats that invaded it during the winter.
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