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To annoy or harass persistently; pester; nag
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  1. To annoy or harass persistently; pester; nag
  2. To ask or nag (someone) about something in an annoying and persistent way; pester:
To confuse completely; muddle
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  1. To confuse completely; muddle
  2. To possess as with a devil; bewitch
  3. To plague diabolically; torment; harass
To trouble persistently; harass.
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  1. To trouble persistently; harass.
  2. To attack from all sides; harass or besiege
  3. To cover or set thickly with; stud
(Figuratively) To beleaguer, lay siege to, beset.
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  1. (Figuratively) To beleaguer, lay siege to, beset.
  2. To crowd around; hem in:
  3. To beset or surround with armed forces for the purpose of compelling to surrender, to lay siege to, beleaguer.
To trouble, worry, or torment, as with cares, debts, repeated questions or demands, etc.
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  1. To trouble, worry, or torment, as with cares, debts, repeated questions or demands, etc.
  2. To subject (another) to hostile or prejudicial remarks or actions; pressure or intimidate.
  3. To trouble by repeated raids or attacks, etc.; harry
To batter or buffet. Used of the wind or storms:
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  1. To batter or buffet. Used of the wind or storms:
  2. To disturb, distress, or exhaust by repeated demands or criticism; harass.
  3. To raid, esp. repeatedly, and ravage or rob; pillage; plunder
To hunt or chase with or as with hounds; chase or follow continually; nag
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  1. To hunt or chase with or as with hounds; chase or follow continually; nag
  2. To pressure or force from a place or situation:
  3. To make repeated demands of or subject to persistent criticism:
(Archaic) To ask for (something) urgently or repeatedly.
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  1. (Archaic) To ask for (something) urgently or repeatedly.
  2. To plead or urge irksomely, often persistently.
  3. To trouble with requests or demands; urge or entreat persistently or repeatedly
  1. To bother, harass or annoy persistently.
  2. To annoy persistently, as with repeated demands or questions.
  3. To annoy constantly or repeatedly with petty irritations; bother; vex
To be a widespread or continuous problem or defect in:
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  1. To be a widespread or continuous problem or defect in:
  2. An often fatal disease caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis, transmitted to humans usually by fleas that have bitten infected rats or other rodents. &diamf3; Bubonic plague , the most common type, is characterized by the tender, swollen lymph nodes called buboes, fever, clotting abnormalities of the blood, and tissue necrosis. An epidemic of bubonic plague in fourteenth-century Europe and Asia was known as the Black Death.
  3. To afflict with a plague
To approach for some immoral purpose, as a prostitute does
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  1. To approach for some immoral purpose, as a prostitute does
  2. To seek to obtain by persuasion, entreaty, or formal application:
  3. To approach or accost (a person) with an offer of sex in exchange for payment.
To cause irritation to (another); make somewhat angry.
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  1. To cause irritation to (another); make somewhat angry.
  2. To be annoying
  3. To harm by repeated attacks; harry; molest
(Archaic) To feed (animals) during a break in a journey
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  1. (Archaic) To feed (animals) during a break in a journey
  2. To set attacking dogs against
  3. To entice or provoke, especially by trickery or strategy:
To plague diabolically; torment; harass
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  1. To plague diabolically; torment; harass
  2. To spoil; ruin.
  3. To worry, annoy, or frustrate.
To attack from all sides; harass or besiege
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  1. To attack from all sides; harass or besiege
  2. To cover or set thickly with; stud
  3. To trouble persistently; harass.
To make repeated attacks or raids on (an enemy, for example).
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  1. To make repeated attacks or raids on (an enemy, for example).
  2. To trouble by repeated raids or attacks, etc.; harry
  3. To trouble, worry, or torment, as with cares, debts, repeated questions or demands, etc.
To raid, esp. repeatedly, and ravage or rob; pillage; plunder
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  1. To raid, esp. repeatedly, and ravage or rob; pillage; plunder
  2. To disturb, distress, or exhaust by repeated demands or criticism; harass.
  3. To torment or worry; harass
To annoy persistently, as with repeated demands or questions.
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  1. To annoy persistently, as with repeated demands or questions.
  2. To annoy constantly or repeatedly with petty irritations; bother; vex
  3. To bother, harass or annoy persistently.
To afflict with a plague
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  1. To afflict with a plague
  2. An often fatal disease caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis, transmitted to humans usually by fleas that have bitten infected rats or other rodents. &diamf3; Bubonic plague , the most common type, is characterized by the tender, swollen lymph nodes called buboes, fever, clotting abnormalities of the blood, and tissue necrosis. An epidemic of bubonic plague in fourteenth-century Europe and Asia was known as the Black Death.
  3. To vex; harass; trouble; torment
To extract, identify, or cause to come about. Used with out :
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  1. To extract, identify, or cause to come about. Used with out :
  2. To urge persistently; coax:
  3. To say in a playful or mocking way:
To annoy, pester, or harass:
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  1. To annoy, pester, or harass:
  2. To cause to undergo great physical pain or mental anguish.
  3. To annoy, harass, or tease
To bother or annoy, as with petty complaints.
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  1. To bother or annoy, as with petty complaints.
  2. To annoy, bother, harass, vex, etc.
  3. To touch or handle something nervously or persistently:
To trouble persistently; harass.
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  1. To trouble persistently; harass.
  2. To attack from all sides; harass or besiege
  3. To cover or set thickly with; stud
To harass or overwhelm, as with requests:
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  1. To harass or overwhelm, as with requests:
  2. To beset or surround with armed forces for the purpose of compelling to surrender, to lay siege to, beleaguer.
  3. (Figuratively) To beleaguer, lay siege to, beset.
To set up a blockade against:
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  1. To set up a blockade against:
  2. To subject to a blockade
To place money in an income-producing opportunity.
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  1. To place money in an income-producing opportunity.
  2. To commit (money or capital) in order to gain a financial return:
  3. To spend or devote for future advantage or benefit:
  1. Besiege
  2. To subject to a siege; besiege:
Find another word for beleaguer. In this page you can discover 32 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for beleaguer, like: badger, bedevil, beset, besiege, harass, harry, hound, importune, pester, plague and solicit.