Simple past tense and past participle of beleaguer.(verb)
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Use "beleaguered" in a sentence
"Mr. Fager appears intent to remove the word "beleaguered" from descriptions of his news division, and replacing an outsider, Ms. Couric, with Mr. Pelley could be part of the reconstruction."
"In such a case one of the first steps taken by men who, in a certain sense, are beleaguered, is to eject from amongst them any of their number who, wielding power, are not deemed heart-whole in their cause."
"Look up the word beleaguered and you'll find a picture of the Ottawa defense."