Definition of harried:
aggravated (part of speech: verb)
- pursued (part of speech: verb)
- attacked (part of speech: verb)
I remember nevertheless that when after a moment she walked beside me on the grass I found myself nervously hoping she wouldn't as yet at any rate tell me anything very dreadful; so that to stave off this danger I harried her with questions about Mrs. Meldrum and, without waiting for replies, became profuse on the subject of my own doings.- "Embarrassments", Henry James.
- "Parrot & Co.", Harold MacGrath.
- "Peggy Owen and Liberty", Lucy Foster Madison.