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< Old French harasser (to tire out, to vex). Origin uncertain; cf. Old French harier (harry); see harry; cf. Old French, harace (a basket made of cords), harace, harasse (a very heavy and large shield; or harer to set (a dog) on).

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to Harass

Third person singular
harasses

Simple past
harassed

Past participle
harassed

Present participle
harassing

to Harass (third-person singular simple present harasses, present participle harassing, simple past and past participle harassed)
  1. To fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts
  2. To annoy endlessly or systematically; to molest
  3. to put excessive burdens upon; to subject to anxieties

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