[ US /hɝˈæs/ ]
[ UK /həɹˈæs/ ]
  1. exhaust by attacking repeatedly
    harass the enemy
  2. annoy continually or chronically
    He is known to harry his staff when he is overworked
    This man harasses his female co-workers
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How To Use harass In A Sentence

  • A number have taken to waging campaigns of harassment against individuals. Times, Sunday Times
  • TWO men were yesterday found guilty of harassing a dolphin on a boozy early-morning swim. The Sun
  • That would prevent the case from setting any legal precedents on same-sex sexual harassment involving gay and bisexual women.
  • They define sexual harassment as unwanted conduct of a sexual nature.
  • Suffice to say that BECAUSE we can sue employers for injuries and harassment at work, they're not in a position to take wanton liberties with the employees who generate their profits.
  • He cited the cases of a girl committing suicide after continued cyber-bullying and harassments and an online suicide pact among youth thwarted by South Korean police.
  • Whenever we film our video game parody skits, we try to include, and harass, as many people in public as we can.
  • If I could propose a line, it would be that hostile workplace sexual harassment exists where the environment is so severe as to be functionally equivalent to discrimination in hiring or promotion. The Volokh Conspiracy » Just What Speech Does “Hostile Environment Harassment” Law Restrict?
  • The Borneons, from being so harassed by these pirates, call the easterly wind 'the pirate wind.' The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido For the Suppression of Piracy
  • The report said he used harassment and threats to intimidate television journalists.
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