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adhere to follow or hold to closely (usu. fol. by "to"). [1/3 definitions]
chain store one of a group of retail stores that are under the same ownership or central management system and that follow a uniform marketing policy.
chase1 to follow with the goal of overtaking; run after. [1/9 definitions]
Christian one who believes in the divinity of Jesus Christ and strives to follow his teachings. [1/5 definitions]
Cistercian a member of an order of monks and nuns who follow the Benedictine rule.
consistency agreement or compatibility between or among acts or occurrences that follow one another in succession. [1/3 definitions]
dog to follow persistently or antagonistically; track; pursue. [1/6 definitions]
due process an established set of legal procedures and methods designed to protect citizens against arbitrary action by the government. U.S. law dictates that all judicial action must follow these consistent procedures and safeguards in order to protect the rights of individuals.
follow in the footsteps of to follow after, in succession or imitation.
follow-up the means, such as a phone call or letter, used to follow up. [2/4 definitions]
fork to follow one branch, as of a road. [1/6 definitions]
formfitting of clothing, designed to follow the body's contours; close-fitting.
fox hunt a sport in which hunters on horseback follow dogs in pursuit of a fox. [1/2 definitions]
full-fashioned knitted so as to follow the lines of the body closely, as sweaters or stockings.
go wrong to follow an immoral course. [1/2 definitions]
gradation a series of steps or stages that follow one another gradually and systematically. . [1/3 definitions]
Groundhog Day February 2, on which tradition asserts that a certain groundhog comes out of its hole, and that if it sees its shadow, six more weeks of winter weather will follow.
hare and hounds an outdoor game of pursuit in which one group sets off first, leaving a trail of paper scraps for the second group to follow.
heel1 of a dog, to follow closely behind its owner at a command. [1/8 definitions]
hew to follow or obey strictly (usu. fol. by to). [1/4 definitions]
Hippocratic oath an oath to follow the ethical codes of the medical profession, usu. taken by new physicians.