KJV Dictionary Definition: besiege
BESIE'GE, v.t. be and siege.
1. To lay siege to; to beleaguer; to beset, or surround with armed forces, for the purpose of compelling to surrender, either by famine or by violent attacks; as, to besiege a castle or city.
2. To beset; to throng round.
BESIE'GED, pp. Surrounded or beset with hostile troops.
BESIE'GER, n. One who lays siege, or is employed in a siege.
BESIE'GING,, ppr. Laying siege; surrounding with armed forces.