English words and Examples of Usage

use "harass" in a sentence

Circuit court of Appeals in Boston ruled that the statute under which Tobin was convicted "is not a close fit" for what Tobin did, and questioned whether the government showed that Tobin intended to harass.

Surrounded by a menacing power, Negi and the class must cope as the dark power harass
prophets to harangue the people (v.34).

The fact that Vial's series of articles are factually and contextually better presented, does not diminish or conceal their ostensible "factional" identity with the harangue of ex-general Pinochet.

Alice and Henry snipe at and harangue each other through a rehash of marital ruts and potholes that have left them both spiritually spent.

Amos Yee, the teenage video blogger who was arrested and held pending bail Sunday in Singapore, drew international attention for his anti-Lee Kuan Yew harangue.

For anyone who knows anything about the Russian dictator, this translates into an hourlong harangue and denunciation of the United States, NATO and European Union.

He often popped up to harangue troops on radio broadcasts or by phoning in to a local TV or radio station.

Other words missed by the students were gazetteer, harangue, obsolete, seismic, gerontology, nonchalant and rapport.

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