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    adjective

    Dear teachers,

    I am looking for an adjective which means "keep chasing". Can I say "Sorry for being chasey."?
    I know there isn't such a word "chasey". So, what word can I put there?

    Thanks for the help.
    Ong


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    Re: adjective

    I am sorry for being persistant can be taken as a polite way of saying I don't mean to keep bothering you


    I am not a teacher.

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