beleaguer: to beset with hardships or difficulties; beseige
Such is the state of affairs in the beleaguered seaport city of Karachi.
The army beleaguered the town, and within days it fell.
The furor is the latest blow to Turkey’s beleaguered regional relations.
Which leaves just one question: are beleaguered ducks the new kittens in trees?
Beleaguered by problems at home, she had little time for her work.
Mon, May 18, 2015 – Page 3 Ko aims to reform city’s beleaguered BOT system KO-BOTS?
But most of the company’s profit continues to come from its beleaguered print business.