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Use "beleaguering" in a sentence
"A new book by British psychoanalyst David Tuckett, Minding the Markets, published this month by Palgrave and sponsored by George Soros's Institute for New Economic Thinking, may just give us hope for understanding the bewildering and dangerous large group political phenomena that are beleaguering and paralyzing our country."
"The beleaguering mountains smelled a flatlander when they saw one, and hated me right back."
"In this video from CNN, CBC News reports on a feathered foe beleaguering a local postal worker in a Calgary, Canada neighborhood."