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harass
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David Copperfield
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  • One afternoon, when we were all harassed into a state of dire confusion, and Mr. Creakle was laying about him dreadfully, Tungay came in, and called out in his usual strong way: ’Visitors for Copperfield!’
  • I found it rather harassing to live in this state of siege, but was too much afraid of Mrs. Crupp to see any way out of it.
  • Why should he go to India, except to harass me?
  • Whatever occurs to harass her, usually settles in her legs; but on this occasion it mounted to the chest, and then to the head, and, in short, pervaded the whole system in a most alarming manner.

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  • This man harasses his female co-workers
  • We can’t defeat them, but we can harass them as they move through the forest.

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