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.
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The legislators had forums on topics such as infrastructure, national security and the economy - but noticeably not on immigration, the major issue that bedevils them.
External forces continue to bedevil the protagonists, but the sense of victimization fades, replaced by a stern code of honor, duty, and loyalty.
Fortunately, decent employers, ethical arbitrators and sensible regulation can deal with many of the problems that bedevil arbitration.
The fallout from the security attacks known as Meltdown and Spectre continued to bedevil Intel.
No target thwarted, vexed and bedeviled the Israeli assassination apparatus more than Yasir Arafat, the charismatic P.L.O. leader who died in 2004.
And as long as Trump remains addicted to Fox News, America will remain bedeviled by a president who caters to a small minority of extremists.
The official in-universe story of the dice has been bedeviling fans for decades.
The main problem facing this installment of the Better Deal is one that’s bedeviled every Democratic policy rollout: The difficulty of getting anyone to notice.
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First Known Use of bedevil
aggravate, agitate, annoy, bother, bug, chafe, distress, disturb, exasperate, gall, get, grate, gripe, hagride, harass, harry, irk, irritate, molest, nettle, peeve, pester, pique, put out, rasp, rile, vex;
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