harasser harasser  /hə ˈræ sər/


  1. (n) a persistent tormentor
  2. (n) a persistent attacker


  1. The message of the harasser is, You're not a secretary, judge, whatever.
  2. It was a truly cynical strategy, since it hinged on essentially admitting that the President is a liar and an adulterer but not a harasser.
  3. A lower court had held that male-on-male harassment counts as discrimination only if the harasser is gay, since the gay harasser is clearly choosing his victim because of his gender.


  • Egyptian Taking Sexual Harasser to Cairo Court in Test Case

    Lyla El-Gueretly, a 30-year-old school teacher, is taking her sexual harasser to court after he repeatedly slapped her for confronting his sexual gestures and remarks as she was walking on a Cairo bridge in early April.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Bloomberg


  1. "Now, had that harasser come back rather than with a nasty sign and had a gun, then obviously, I wouldn't be here to speak with you," Lefkow said.
    on May 18, 2005 By: Joan Lefkow Source: NBC5.com

  2. "Don't you dare talk smack about my clown sweater," warned Wheaton, threateningly fondling his mighty spear. "This is my official uniform as the planet's official orc-harasser, and I'll not hear my badge of office jeered by a lowly orc!"...
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: Wil Wheaton Source: LubbockOnline.com (blog)

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