Did you possibly mean harass?
- Middle English haras ("herd of stud horses, enclosure for a herd of stud horses"), from Old French haras, haraz (Wiktionary)
“As a result, I am helping shut down businesses in California so these businesses will not harras me with employment offers.”
“The people who are against it because they say it will be used to profile or harras non-illegals are just using that as an exuse to oppose it.”
“Call the law its against the law to harras people legaly taking wildlife resources.”
“The stage short-term fire-fights with NATO troops in order to harras and delegitimise their presence and mission in the country.”
“I am sure all those fellow officers did not tease or harras him,and it has always been my belief that if we don't like our country whether we were born here or not we should go to a country where people have the same beliefs.”
“I love the idea of anti-coursing folk trying to harras and bully us, the idea that they should go knocking doors and taking dogs really brings a smile to my face.”
“These people continued to harras them so much that they quitted the mainland and retreated to a small island in the harbour, where they completed their design.”
“Very well, daddy, tell aunty to bring me a ball of _cashmir harras_, a yard of _pur de laine_, or _poil-de-chevre_ ----”
“Then you investigate all of my employees and harras them and even threaten to revoke one of their probations that has nothing to do with our office ...”
“The 'muttawas' have unquestionable powers and yield their powers to harras people of other faiths, evidence is planted, prayers in the privacy of the homes are cause for arrests and jail terms, While these are also the ways and avenues for corruption of these 'police.”
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