follow (someone or something) around

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follow (someone or something) around

To move or follow close behind someone or something, often in an annoying way. I'm a preschool teacher, so I've had toddlers following me around all day. The interior designer can't get any work done with your puppy constantly following her around!
See also: around, follow
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He loves company, and will follow you around given a chance!
Don't even get me started on the ones that follow you around the shop with their 'Promotion!
Granted, there have been a few moments of gory brilliance in taking that idea to its logical conclusions - the blown-up bloke who, despite being in a dozen charred pieces, can still follow you around the room with his eyes, the broken-necked woman whose head's now on backwards - but, overall, getting to this penultimate episode has been a bit of a slog.
They follow you around and want company all the time." She got her first "Tonk" last year, bred the first litter in West Yorkshire in July, and now breeds show standard specimens valued at pounds 350 each
Eighty thousand freaky little eyes follow you around the room.)
She loves affection so much that she will follow you around and beg for it.