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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishharassedhar‧assed /ˈhærəst, həˈræst/ adjective British English  WORRIEDanxious and tired because you have too many problems or things to do He looked pale and harassed.
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harassedShe bustled away again, harassed and busy.At five am, the harassed doctor appeared and came towards them slowly.Only a week after the strike, a clean-up of the more open violence had begun in the worst harassed loyalist districts.These harassed men were revolutionaries in spite of themselves.He was a harassed, no longer young man, who, she had heard, had a difficult marriage.A smack terminates the child's naughty behaviour, thus bringing relief to the harassed parent.The harassed sales assistant wouldn't have known the answers.
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