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hagridden

[ hag-rid-n ]
/ ˈhægˌrɪd n /
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adjective

worried or tormented, as by a witch.

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Origin of hagridden

First recorded in1675–85; hag1 + ridden
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British Dictionary definitions for hagridden

hag-ridden

adjective

tormented or worried, as if by a witch
facetious (of a man) harassed by women
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