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  • v  annoy continually or chronically

  • His aim is not just to chivy out the secrets of a man who didn't appear to have any but also to understand how they could have remained secret for so long--why it is that, as Rips .
  • It is persuasive and forceful when it studies the social pathology of urban outpatients, men who chivy and moon, boasting of the rural splendors that they once fled, dreaming of .
  • Democrats used to chivy Republicans about Eisenhower's frequent golfing vacations as well, until they were reminded (by Republicans) that their own Harry Truman was no slouch in .

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