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Similar words: marriedworriedbarriercarrierdriedhorrifiedterrifiedarriveMeaning: ['hærɪ]  adj. troubled persistently especially with petty annoyances. 
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(1) He was harried by constant bothering of his fans.
(2) She harried the authorities, writing letters and getting up petitions.
(3) We were harried into the police car.
(4) The enemy troops harried the village.
(5) She has been harried by the press all week.
(6) The soldiers harried the enemy out of the country.
(7) The Vikings harried the English coast.
(8) The town has harried off with nothing.
(9) All day, every day, they are harried by everyone they meet.
(10) He looks harried from having had to push his way through to reach me.
(11) She harried the detective constable who was checking Christine Mills' alibis.
(12) No longer are they helpless pawns, harried and wounded by the disease, driven helplessly out of life.
(13) After an erratic and harried greeting(, we waited quite a while for some one to initiate contact.
(14) Nicephorus' fleet harried the accessible southern coasts in retribution, but made no firm gains.
(15) Given the harried pace of your work life, try to receive feedback at two times. 1.
(16) Harried executive Played by people who keep so busy with minute details that they always seem harassed.
(17) The captain harried the quarter master for recognition manuals.
(18) Fear of losing his job harried the clerk.
(19) The harried magazinist appeared as the tragic young aristocrat.
(20) The happy men cannot be harried.
(21) The pirates harried the towns along the coast.
(22) A gang of delinquents harried the storekeeper.
(23) Mr. Roper asked these same harried people.
(24) Cao Cao's army harried his rear guard.
(25) Mrs. Underhill today appeared harried.
(26) We are a harried people, beset by oppressors.
(27) Sometimes a young otter trails the white-faced adult, and is harried by a hungry gull competing for scraps of abalone.
(28) Yet a devil was loose somewhere, a restless imp had slipped into her and would not be harried or prayed out.
(29) He seemed like a different person, much older, worn and harried.
(30) His eyes had been rubbed a raw red by fatigue and cold and had a harried glitter.
More similar words: marriedworriedbarriercarrierdriedhorrifiedterrifiedarrivearrivalwarriorearringarrive atharrowalliedlie downbodiedratifiedfrenziedtorridspecifiedjustifiedmystifiedcertifiedsatisfiedgratifiedqualifiedgriefeeriebriefterrify
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