Hagrid



[hag-rahyd] /ˈhægˌraɪd/

verb (used with object), hagrode or (Archaic) hagrid; hagridden or (Archaic) hagrid; hagriding.
1.
to afflict with worry, dread, need, or the like; torment.

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