Definition of "molesting" []

  • To disturb or annoy by malevolent interference (verb)
  • To accost or attack, esp with the intention of assaulting sexually (verb)
  • Present participle of molest. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "molesting" in a sentence
  • "THe Mighty Fek’lhr feels that Geroge Lucas dursted on the only aspect of Ep. I-III that owuld have been the saving grace of the series, and that is graphically depicting Anakin molesting murdering those little Jedi kids."
  • "You know, the idea of molesting young girls is a horrible one, and living with the reality that one is -- you know, has engaged in that kind of activity, particularly someone who might be actively involved in a church, you're talking about all kinds of conflicting values and tucking stuff away and compartmentalizing, hiding even from one's self the truth of one's impulses."
  • "The bigots had proved themselves unable to intimidate us, and as we were no longer at the mercy of printers they gave up the idea of molesting us."