harry

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Verb[change]

Plain form
harry

Third-person singular
harries

Past tense
harried

Past participle
harried

Present participle
harrying

  1. (transitive) To harry is to annoy, harass and cause distress over and over again.
    The teacher was harried by a group of bad boys.
  1. (transitive) To harry means to attack or raid a town in war.
    The Viking raiders would harry English towns that were close to the sea.