Speaking out publicly on phone hacking for the first time, Elisabeth Murdoch takes aim at her beleaguered brother James.
So Newsweek asked reporter Michael Ware, an Iraq War veteran, to catch up with the beleaguered actor.
The news meant that the beleaguered sport would go at least 34 years without a Triple Crown winner.
Simon Cowell was considering the singer as a judge on his beleaguered talent show, The X-Factor.
Because if we save the middle class, we will restore growth, and make the poor, beleaguered top one percent richer still.
In the dead of night, with a band of 200 men, she entered the beleaguered city of Orleans in the face of the English enemy.
It gives a good insight into Gordon's life in the beleaguered city.
The fall of the beleaguered town could no longer be deferred.
And no beleaguered city ever flew that flag in such bitterness and tears.
A Hudson's Bay fort was beleaguered; a Nor'west fur train sacked.
1580s, from Dutch or Low German belegeren "to besiege," from be- "around" (see be-) + legeren "to camp," from leger "bed, camp, army, lair," from Proto-Germanic *leg-raz-, from PIE *legh-to- "lie" (see lie (v.2)). A word from the Flemish Wars (cf. Swedish belägra, Dutch belegeren "besiege," German Belagerung "siege"). Spelling influenced by league. Related: Beleaguered; beleaguering.