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beset
beset: (of a problem or difficulty) Trouble or threaten persistently: "the social problems that beset the inner city". Surround and harass; assail on all sides: "I was beset by clouds of flies".
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Talking too much is my chief problem.
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Threateningly is a transitive verb which means to make threats against; express one's intention of hurting, punishing, etc.
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Both the ancient Chinese and ancient Indian governments sought to assimilate and integrate new territories into their empires. TRUE.


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