- v. Simple past tense and past participle of siege.
“The first major city that the armies of the First Crusade sieged on their way to Jerusalem was Nicaea (now Iznik) in northwest Asia Minor.”
“These scholars had the unenviable task of explaining why their patrons eventually sieged, overran, and sacked Carthage in a door-to-door killing spree that left only fifty thousand survivors out of an estimated population of seven hundred thousand.”
“The second he stops at a lava field, Skynet will trade everything it has just to keep him pinned down and sieged up until he starves.”
“The first major city that the armies of the First Crusade sieged on their way to Jerusalem was Nicaea now Iznik in northwest Asia Minor.”
“Deprived of life-saving help while be-sieged in Antioch, we daily expected him to assist us to the best of his ability.”
“Interesting to see Iranian embassies being sieged…that must be a bit of a turnabout for them.”
“Since then “daily walks” around Liberty sq - which is ‘sieged’ by police - are being organized as an act of defiance against the limitations of civil liberties imposed by Armenian government.”
“I have sieged and have searched, and the cloistered maids”
“With sharePoint being sieged by a dozen business portal competitors and Exchange going to be the core for voice, Microsoft will have a compelling voice platform.”
“In the film's most heavily stylized sequence, Ginapro finds himself in a village which has been sieged by the conquering army of Nicolaio, a massive Slavic tyrant who's encased in clinking armor so unwieldy that he can barely even see out of it.”
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