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When one says "hunt _____ like a dog"....


Does that refer to the dog doing the hunting, or is it as one would hunt a dog?

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Steven Pearson (mattforte) says

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    Nicola Thompson (ThompsonPen) 3 years ago

    ...it was non specific. "hunt you", "hunt him", "hunt them".....no cussing, not attention crying, thank you


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    somethgblue 3 years ago

    I believe the word relentless would then some up the description, perhaps even tireless, just as horses will do, a dog will literally run itself to death, such is their loyalty and commitment of purpose.


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