bedevilment bedevilment


  • (n) the act of harassing someone



  1. My heart goes out to anyone who has suffered the bedevilment of Communist imprisonment.
  2. Stashinsky's bedevilment began innocently enough.
  3. But the caseand its causes remain too special to expand into identifiable bedevilment in man's fate.


  • Birth flap dogs Cruz at Obamacare rally

    Sen. Ted Cruz, after two days of bedevilment over his birthplace and eligibility for the presidency, returned to form Tuesday night with a rally before the conservative faithful aimed at ginning up support to defund the president’s health-care overhaul.
    on August 21, 2013     Source: Seattle Times


  • Jewell said: "These lads haven't had a competitive game for a long, long time. We just lacked the bedevilment in their box and a little bit of determination in our box to stop them scoring and for us to score."
    on Sep 20, 2006 By: Paul Jewell Source: BBC Sport

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propriety propriety
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