Phillip could hear Cleo beseech the vet not to put her poor dog to "sleep".
Reporters would besiege the winner of the contest for interviews until he could stand it no longer and so he finally gave in.2. In warfare, to surround with hostile armed forces: The king’s army sought to besiege the castle before nightfall.
Vincent wrote a letter to beseech the new mayor not to besiege the taxpayers with new taxes on his first day in office.
2. To gather around someone is a way that is disturbing, annoying, or aggressive, etc.: The political candidate was besieged by reporters of newspapers and TV when he announced that he would not be running for office.
3. To overwhelm a person with too many questions or requests for something: The sales department was besieged with hundreds of customers who wanted to know why the store ran out of computers so quickly on the first day of the special reduction in prices.