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hound somebody out (of/from something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhound somebody out (of/from something)hound somebody out (of/from something)LEAVE A JOB OR ORGANIZATIONto make things so unpleasant for someone that they are forced to leave a place, job etc syn drive out The family were hounded out of their home by 18 months of abuse. hound
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hound somebody out (of/from something)The hounds pour out like spilled milk.It hounded him out of business.Do you sympathise with people who hound paedophiles out of their homes?
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