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Definition of "harassing" []

  • To trouble, torment, or confuse by continual persistent attacks, questions, etc (verb)
  • Present participle of to harass. (verb)

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Use "harassing" in a sentence
  • "Google is worried about one main diktat: that Internet intermediaries are responsible for all objectionable content, which it defines as "harassing," "grossly harmful" or "ethnically objectionable," if they don't remove it when the government asks them to."
  • "It's one thing to learn that Brett Favre may or may not be involved in harassing former Jets employee Jenn Sterger with creepy voicemails and cell phone pics of his private parts."
  • "The GOP has been very successful in harassing qualified applicants in the selection of Obama's cabinet."