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Synonyms for bedevilment

the act of harassing someone

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For Gloucester, see Swan, "The Bedevilment of Cape Anne (1692)," 153-77; Christine Leigh Heyrman, Commerce and Culture: The Maritime Communities of Colonial Massachusetts, 1690-1750 (New York, 1984), 104-25; and John J.
As Carol Laseur points out, the title addresses both "content and reading positions," in that all the stories revolve around a ghost, who can act as a figure of bedevilment, and they simultaneously bedevil official history, as "an ongoing interventionist practice into a destabilizing of white Australian history as a master narrative.
Alas, no answers were provided, providing bedevilment for generations of scholars.
For Andrew Gow, Housman was "a rebel forced 'by man's bedevilment and God's' into unwilling conformity with standards which he condemned .
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A sort of Beaufort scale of bedevilment would be useful for football writers I would think.
Only then did many of them, to their bewilderment and bedevilment, experience the rushes and longings of long-stalled erotic needs.
For Farrakhan's followers, Jewish bedevilment of black life is simply historical and "factual.