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Word to the Wise: beset

beset (verb) – attack, trouble

besetElizabeth

Beset by children

Here are some examples of how you can use it:

The manager was beset by his difficult staff.

In summer I’m constantly beset by mosquitoes that won’t leave me alone.

The country is beset by a conquering army from a neighbouring nation.

The project is beset with beginners’ mistakes that have to be resolved asap.

Are you beset by the heat during these hot days?

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