Third-person singular simple present indicative form of harass.(verb)
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Use "harasses" in a sentence
"Reluctantly at first and then urgently over time, Walt mentors his next-door neighbor Thao (Bee Vang), a Hmong teen whose cousin harasses him and tries repeatedly to pull him into a life of gang-banging."
"Our Mexican friends tell us that he harasses them as well and his reputation in the Mexican community at Lakeside is that he simply is obsessed with issuing multas."
"Iran routinely harasses the Baha'is, Zoroastrians and occasionally Jews, and now we have a case of Christian pastor charged with apostasy which goes against the very grain of Islam: "There shall not be any compulsion in matters of faith" Quran 2:256."