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Definition of "hag-ridden" [hag•-rid•den]

  • Ridden by a hag or witch (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "hag-ridden" in a sentence
  • "Then why did he allow himself to be hag-ridden to his ruin by such a creature?"
  • "That age above all others was hag-ridden by what C.S. Lewis (in the persona of Screwtape) mockingly called ‘the Historical Point of View.'"
  • "And look at you: you're looking more decrepit and hag-ridden every day."
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