1. to harass, annoy, or prove a nuisance to by or as if by repeated attacks; worry: He was harried by constant doubts.
2. to ravage, as in war; devastate: The troops harried the countryside. verb (used without object), harried, harrying.
3. to make harassing incursions.
"places can be harried in looses."
"starings can be harried for times."
"people can be harried for times."
"investors can be harried in/at/on weeks."
"investors can be harried at prospects."
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