beleaguer : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v annoy persistently
- v surround so as to force to give up
- After the team's loss at the tournament, the coach was beleaguered with questions from the media.
- A seagull or two, poised over the ridged seas that beleaguer Scotland, were puzzled last week by a pair of inexplicable water-fowllarger, whiter, sleeker than theywhich .
- The Chicago Tribune, first cousin of the News, has long made it a point to beleaguer venereal quacks.
- Jim Cramer in CNET News.com
It might cost me $15 million or $20 million to knock RIM down but it would be fabulous because it would beleaguer all the moron longs who are also keying on Research in Motion,Cramer said.