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beleaguered
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Don Quixote
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  • For what dread of want or poverty that can reach or harass the student can compare with what the soldier feels, who finds himself beleaguered in some stronghold mounting guard in some ravelin or cavalier, knows that the enemy is pushing a mine towards the post where he is stationed, and cannot under any circumstances retire or fly from the imminent danger that threatens him?

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  • hope in the beleaguered city
  • The beleaguered company is likely to declare bankruptcy.

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