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harried

[ har-eed ]
/ ˈhær id /
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adjective
harassed, agitated, or troubled by or as if by repeated attacks; beleaguered: This book is a balm for the harried, doubt-filled soul of a parent.
ravaged or devastated, as in war: Since leaving France, the Fourth Battalion had depended for its food on what it could glean from a harried countryside.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of harry.
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Origin of harried

OTHER WORDS FROM harried

un·har·ried, adjective
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