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1‘he was hassled and rushed off his feet’
harassed, stressed, stressed out, harried, frayed, hard-pressed, agitated, flustered, beleaguered, hounded, plagued, bothered, troubled, distressed, beset, hag-ridden, tormented
informal under stress, under pressure, at the end of one's tether, with one's back up against the wall
North American informal at the end of one's rope
informal up against it, in a state, hot and bothered
British informal under the cosh, stressy
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