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harass
used in Of Human Bondage

4 uses
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Definition
persistently annoy

or:

repeatedly attack to weaken or hinder
  • The Frau Professor was angry and harassed.
    29-30 — Chapters 29-30 (41% in)
  • There had been a remand, then assurances on the part of a harassed father, and the young man had gone out to bear the White Man's Burden overseas.
    79-80 — Chapters 79-80 (65% in)
  • Remember that I am indifferent to discomforts which would harass other folk.
    83-84 — Chapters 83-84 (31% in)
  • It seemed to Philip that the people who spent their time in helping the poorer classes erred because they sought to remedy things which would harass them if themselves had to endure them without thinking that they did not in the least disturb those who were used to them.
    113-114 — Chapters 113-114 (30% in)

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