Definition of Harrying:
aggravating (part of speech: verb)
- pursuing (part of speech: verb)
- attacking (part of speech: verb)
From his harrying of Hades, the Brythonic Gwydion secured the Head of Hades' Cauldron of Regeneration or Re- birth; and when corpses of slain warriors are thrown into it they arise next day as excellent as ever, except that they are unable to speak; which circumstance may be equal to saying that the ordinary uninitiated man when re- born is unable to speak of his previous incarnation, because he has no memory of it.- "The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries", W. Y. Evans Wentz.
- "Eirik the Red's Saga", Anonymous.
It was coming, surely coming: Sir John already harrying the Sacandaga; Haldimand reported on the eastern lakes; Ross and the Butlers expected from Niagara, and nothing now to prevent Clinton from advancing up the Hudson from New York, skirting West Point, and giving the entire north to the torch.- "The Reckoning", Robert W. Chambers.