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- To besiege, to engage in a siege; used with to or against.
- (figuratively) To attack continually over a long period.
- They're laying siege to all we hold dear.
2012 April 22, Sam Sheringham, “Liverpool 0-1 West Brom”, in BBC Sport:
- The Reds laid siege to the Albion goal throughout, with Jordan Henderson striking the underside of the bar and Dirk Kuyt the inside of the post.