Definition of Sieged

1. Verb. (past of siege) ¹



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Definition of Sieged

1. siege [v] - See also: siege

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sieged

sidlingly
sidorenkite
sidpietersite
sidth
sidwillite
sie
siege engine
siege of Orleans
siege of Syracuse
siege of Vicksburg
siege warfare
siege weapon
siege weapons
siegecraft
sieged (current term)
siegelike
siegenite
sieger
siegers
sieges
siegework
siegeworks
sieging
sield
sieleckiite
siemens
siemens-martin process
sien
sience

Literary usage of Sieged

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1. "We'll Stick to the Finish!": "C'est la Guerre" (it is the War) a Voice from by Joseph Mitchell Chapple (1918)
"... XI sieged VENICE BY NIGHT AND DAY FALLING bombs announced the war carnival in Venice. The doves of St. Marco had flown. In the darkness, the' silver ..."

2. Patton's Concise History of the American People: From the Discoveries of the by Jacob Harris Patton (1876)
"Ticonderoga t<- sieged.—Burgoyne surrenders his Army at Saratoga.—The Prisoners. Capture of Forts on the Hudson.—Schuyler. CHAP. ..."

3. A Complete Alphabetically Arranged Biblical Biography by Thomas G. Beharrell (1867)
"He only reigned one month in Samaria, when Menahem, the son of Gradi, went up from Tirzah to Samaria sieged it for three years. He took the fenced cities ..."

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