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Definition of "harass" []

  • To irritate or torment persistently. (verb-transitive)
  • To wear out; exhaust. (verb-transitive)
  • To impede and exhaust (an enemy) by repeated attacks or raids. (verb-transitive)
  • To trouble, torment, or confuse by continual persistent attacks, questions, etc (verb)

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Use "harass" in a sentence
  • "After the fight that we didn't get to see with Bumblebee because we were forced to see a robotic gremlin harass 2 annoying kids, Barricade disappeared from the film."
  • "I might also be said to be intending to "harass" -- who knows, given how vague the term is?"
  • "February 10th, 2010 at 6: 09 pm by the time you’re harassing Pomona College students, the only more inoffensive and unlikely Americans left to harass is a senior citizens’ yoga group."