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harass
used in Great Expectations

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Definition
persistently annoy

or:

repeatedly attack to weaken or hinder
  • ...on the staircase with great terror, not knowing how I had got out of bed; whether I had found myself lighting the lamp, possessed by the idea that he was coming up the stairs, and that the lights were blown out; whether I had been inexpressibly harassed by the distracted talking, laughing, and groaning of some one, and had half suspected those sounds to be of my own making; whether there had been a closed iron furnace in a dark corner of the room, and a voice had called out, over and...
    Chapter 57 (6% in)

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