Definition for hag-ridden (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), hag·rode or (Archaic) hag·rid; hag·rid·den or (Archaic) hag·rid; hag·rid·ing.
Related formshag·rid·er, noun
Examples from the Web for hag-ridden
"I'm not imaginative," he said, "but if I'd been hag-ridden as you have——" He broke off abruptly.Regiment of Women|Clemence Dane
Then why did he allow himself to be hag-ridden to his ruin by such a creature?Oscar Wilde, Volume 2 (of 2)|Frank Harris
It is better to be beggared out of hand by a scapegrace nephew, than daily hag-ridden by a peevish uncle.
I leaned against gaunt houses and saw the dancing waifs yield their poor lives to ugly, hag-ridden music.Tongues of Conscience|Robert Smythe Hichens
But I carried double weight: jealousy is a heavy hag, and I was hag-ridden morn and eve and all the livelong day to boot.The Little Red Foot|Robert W. Chambers