Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of harassing, or the state of being harassed; vexation; that which harasses or vexes.
- n. Persistent attacks and criticism causing worry and distress.
- n. Deliberate pestering or annoying.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of harassing, or state of being harassed; worry; annoyance; anxiety.
- n. the act of tormenting by continued persistent attacks and criticism
- n. a feeling of intense annoyance caused by being tormented
“Of particular concern is the expansion of the term harassment to include “harassment by communication,” which means a person can be convicted on the basis of spoken words alone.19”
“Etiquette is being rewritten, the word harassment has taken on a new meaning, training books for office protocol and politically correct phrasing are everywhere.”
“Robert Klein Engler, a former adjunct professor at Roosevelt University, wants to tell his story, and with the word harassment lingering around his name it is not hard to understand why he is deeply concerned with clearing his reputation.”
“Story by Charlsie Dewey, courtesy of The Windy City Times Robert Klein Engler, a former adjunct professor at Roosevelt University, wants to tell his story, and with the word harassment lingering arou...”
“Rape is never to be defended, but I think the term harassment is too broad and is being abused in this situation.”
“By the mid-2000s, he found himself the defendant in a series of what he calls harassment lawsuits, filed by people he said had ties to the security agencies.”
“The group refers to what it calls harassment and arbitrary arrests ofcivil society activistsand political opponents.”
“Mr. Stavis later admitted in testimony that the word "harassment" was used by him, and not Mr. Jackson.”
“LEMON: Filmmaker Michael Moore says he's facing what he calls harassment from the Bush administration.”
“Nasraoui, 50, gained international attention last year when she went on a 57-day hunger strike to protest at what she calls harassment by the government.”
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