Examples of bedevil in a Sentence
The theory bedevils scientists, none of whom have been able to prove it true or false.
The project has been bedeviled by problems since its inception.
Recent Examples of bedevil from the Web
Poverty is a horrible, bedeviling force that invades and infects every aspect of our lives and communities – our homes, our pantries, our schools, our careers, and our health.
Mark Phelan/Detroit Free Press Attempts by automakers to reinvent the gear shift lever have bedeviled brands from Acura to Jeep, but a new design from GMC may have solved the dilemma.
One of the federal government's low income phone subsidy programs is bedeviled by fraud, a watchdog agency investigation concluded.
Of course, the construction of a Spider-Man-centric universe has been bedeviling studios and filmmakers for years.
Tim Canova, who bedeviled Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz for most of 2016, is preparing for Round Two.
The future of laptops looks messy, expensive, and bedeviled by dongles, but the Surface Laptop spares you the transition pain.
Intonation problems bedeviled much of her work as the evening progressed, her singing undistinguished, at least by jazz standards.
His beard is flecked with gray now, his soul bedeviled by the ghost of Alice Morgan.
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First Known Use of bedevil
BEDEVIL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bedevil for English Language Learners
: to trouble (someone or something) in a constant or repeated way : to cause repeated problems for (someone or something)
BEDEVIL Defined for Kids
Definition of bedevil for Students
: to trouble or annoy again and again bedeviled by problems
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