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harass
used in Sycamore Row

11 uses
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Definition
persistently annoy

or:

repeatedly attack to weaken or hinder
  • She took a quick look and said, "Yes, this is a claim for sexual harassment I filed against Seth Hubbard about five years ago."
    p. 575.9
  • One threatened a bogus action for sexual harassment when Jake fired her, but she was arrested for bad checks and went away.
    p. 24.4
  • The Hailey trial had been a great triumph, but for all the hard labor, harassment, physical threats, and raw emotions, he had been paid $900.
    p. 257.9
  • If he wanted to walk around the reception area with a late-afternoon bourbon and harass Roxy with dirty jokes, then so be it.
    p. 274.0
  • Touch her, and she'll crack your teeth, then sue me for sexual harassment.
    p. 343.6
  • One week after that she filed a sexual harassment complaint with Equal Employment.
    p. 394.8
  • She hired a lawyer who slapped a sexual harassment claim on Seth, whose own lawyer was horrified by the facts.
    p. 396.7
  • Most of what she said would not be admissible in court; however, the fact that she could take the stand, let the jury absorb her ethnicity, and chat about her claim for sexual harassment at the hands of Seth Hubbard would sway any white jury to believe the old guy and Lettie were probably doing business.
    p. 398.4
  • Now Wade Lanier had found a black woman who sued Seth for sexual harassment.
    p. 399.4
  • But do not contact them, or follow them, or frighten them, or in any way harass them.
    p. 443.0
  • They reached an out-of-court settlement on the harassment suit.
    p. 576.5

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