harass : Definition, Usages, News and More

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harass

huh ras

  • v  annoy continually or chronically
    This man harasses his female co-workers
  • v  exhaust by attacking repeatedly
    harass the enemy

  • Just the thought of someone like Dad's killer being able to harass a family on a cell phone seems outrageous.
  • For the PTI story, at least 10 attorneys and six private detectives were unleashed by Scientology and its followers in an effort to threaten, harass and discredit me.
  • The Prime Minister was determined to harass me and chase me out.
News & Articles

  • Tuesday's sports scores
    1. Keep it civil and stay on topic. 2. No profanity, vulgarity, racial slurs or personal attacks. 3. Comments that harass others or joke about tragedies will be deleted.
    June 19, 2013 - Courier-Express
  • Monday's local sports scores
    1. Keep it civil and stay on topic. 2. No profanity, vulgarity, racial slurs or personal attacks. 3. Comments that harass others or joke about tragedies will be deleted.
    June 18, 2013 - Courier-Express
Quotes

  • Charlie Sheen in soFeminine.co.uk
    Sheen stated, "I have asked that the court eliminate Ms. Richards's ability to abuse and harass us any longer."
  • Piers Morgan in WELT ONLINE
    In his blog, Morgan wrote: "Let me tell you now, there is a downside to fame. People start criticising you, sniping at you, trying to trip you up, belittle you, harass you."
  • Arjun Singh in The Hindu
    Standing outside the Union Carbide plant, Mr. Singh, wearing a white helmet, said: "There was no intention to prosecute anyone or try to, sort of, harass anyone. Therefore, he [Anderson] was granted bail and he agreed to be present in court when the...

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