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  1. siege

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    • n.
      a military operation in which enemy forces surround a town or building, cutting off essential supplies, with the aim of compelling those inside to surrender;an operation in which a police or other force surround a building and cut off supplies, with the aim of forcing an armed person to surrender
    • noun: siege, plural noun: sieges

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    • 1. a military operation in which enemy forces surround a town or building, cutting off essential supplies, with the aim of compelling those inside to surrender:

      Verdun had withstood a siege of ten weeks

      siege warfare

    • 2. an operation in which a police or other force surround a building and cut off supplies, with the aim of forcing an armed person to surrender:

      two cult members have died so far in the four-day siege

    • 3. a group of herons:

      there is a siege of herons at the river

    • n. a defensive or paranoid attitude based on the belief that others are hostile towards one:

    • once you develop a siege mentality, anything is believable

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    • n. a defensive or paranoid attitude based on the belief that others are hostile toward one:

    • once you develop a siege mentality, anything is believable

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    • ph. (of a place) undergoing a siege

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    • n. an economy in which import controls are imposed and the export of capital is curtailed.

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    • n. an economy in which import controls are imposed and the export of capital is curtailed.

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    • n. a heavy gun used in attacking a place under siege.

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    • n. a heavy gun used in attacking a place under siege.

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    • ph. (of a place) undergoing a siege

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    • n.
      a military operation in which enemy forces surround a town or building, cutting off essential supplies, with the aim of compelling the surrender of those inside:
    • Verdun had withstood a siege of ten weeks

      siege warfare

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