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  1. harried

    • IPA[ˈharɪd]

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    • adj.
      feeling strained as a result of having demands persistently made on one; harassed
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    • 1. feeling strained as a result of having demands persistently made on one; harassed harried detectives answer ringing phones
    • v.
      persistently carry out attacks on (an enemy or an enemy's territory): the raiders then spent three months harrying and burning the area

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    • v.
      persistently carry out attacks on (an enemy or an enemy's territory): the raiders then spent three months harrying and burning the area

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      (1874–1926), Hungarian-born US magician and escape artist; born Erik Weisz. In the early 1900s ...
    • n.
      a person skilled at escaping: you're a regular Houdini

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    • ph.
      (1874–1926), Hungarian-born US magician and escape artist; born Erik Weisz. In the early 1900s ...
    • n.
      a person skilled at escaping: you're a regular Houdini

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    • ph.
      Henry Charles Albert David (born 1984), younger son of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales.

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    • ph.
      (1908–99), US Supreme Court associate justice 1970–94; full name Harry Andrew Blackmun. He is ...

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    • ph.
      Henry Charles Albert David (born 1984), younger son of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales.

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    • ph.
      (1831–92), British-born New Zealand statesman, prime minister 1876–7, 1883–4, and 1887–91; full ...

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    • IPA[ˈharēd]

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    • adj.
      feeling strained as a result of having demands persistently made on one; harassed: harried detectives answer ringing phones

    Oxford American Dictionary