With only one-third as many men—but what men and what riders!—he had started after them, engaged them before they even reached Rome, harassed them day and night and finally captured the entire force!
Dilcey looked up, her bronzed face harassed.
They could and did harass and hamstring them with conflicting regulations about the operation of their business, the wages they must pay their servants, what they should say in public and private utterances and what they should write in newspapers.
There are no more uses of "harass" in the book.
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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.