besiege definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To surround with aggressive causes.
    • To crowd around; hem inside.
    • To harass or importune, just like demands: Reporters besieged the champion for interviews.
    • To cause to feel troubled or worried: She ended up being besieged by dilemmas.
    • To beset or surround with military, for the intended purpose of compelling to surrender; to lay siege to; to beleaguer; to beset.
    • To surround with aggressive forces.
    • To crowd around; hem in.
    • To harass or importune, much like needs: Reporters besieged the winner for interviews.
    • resulting in to feel troubled or worried: She ended up being besieged by dilemmas.
    • To beset or encircle with armed forces, for the purpose of compelling to surrender; to set siege to; to beleaguer; to beset.
  • verb:
    • To beset or surround with armed forces for the purpose of powerful to surrender, to set siege to, beleaguer.
    • To beleaguer, set siege to, beset.
    • to assail or ply, just like needs or needs.
    • harass, just like concerns or requests
    • To beset or encircle with armed forces for the intended purpose of persuasive to surrender, to set siege to, beleaguer.
    • To beleaguer, lay siege to, beset.
    • to assail or ply, much like requests or needs.
    • surround so as to force to quit
    • cause to feel troubled or worried
    • harass, just like concerns or requests
    • surround to be able to force to give up
    • cause to feel distressed or worried
  • others:
    • To lay siege to; beleaguer; beset or surround with armed forces for the true purpose of persuasive to surrender, either by famine or by violent assaults: because, to besiege a castle or city.
    • To beset; throng around; harass.
    • Synonyms To beset, hem in, invest, blockade.
    • To set siege to; beleaguer; beset or surround with military for the true purpose of persuasive to surrender, either by famine or by violent attacks: as, to besiege a castle or city.
    • To beset; throng around; harass.
    • Synonyms To beset, hem in, invest, blockade.

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