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  • v. Present participle of molest.

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Examples

  • THe Mighty Fek’lhr feels that Geroge Lucas dursted on the only aspect of Ep. I-III that owuld have been the saving grace of the series, and that is graphically depicting Anakin molesting murdering those little Jedi kids.

    JESSICA ALBA INSPIRES CONFIDENCE

  • You know, the idea of molesting young girls is a horrible one, and living with the reality that one is -- you know, has engaged in that kind of activity, particularly someone who might be actively involved in a church, you're talking about all kinds of conflicting values and tucking stuff away and compartmentalizing, hiding even from one's self the truth of one's impulses.

    CNN Transcript Oct 3, 2006

  • The bigots had proved themselves unable to intimidate us, and as we were no longer at the mercy of printers they gave up the idea of molesting us.

    Prisoner for Blasphemy

  • An "underage, gay affair" usually is called molesting, but never mind.

    The Mahablog

  • He also repeated his call for a review of the country's laws, to find the "real remedy" to halt criminals, who were "molesting" society.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Her sturdy female minder said we were "molesting" her.

    Rick Jacobs: Ann Coulter: On the Gay Circuit in West Hollywood

  • What binds it together is ultimately stronger than the misadventures of its members, the most spectacular of which is Michelle's farcical arrest for "molesting" Jordan, a minor, especially in his mother's shrewishly suspicious eyes.

    A Satirical Leap Out Of The Chick-Flick Ghetto

  • Even so Abingdon is not used as a base for doing anything more serious than "molesting" the university town.

    The Historic Thames

  • Police unions fight to ensure that corrupt cops get their pension benefits, even if they are convicted of a felony such as molesting or raping children.

    latimes.com - News

  • Then there are others who believe, like Sam Buntz '11 ( "Blue Moon," Feb. 3), that we are spoiling the beauty and awe of the cosmos by "molesting" it with "the prodding fingers of mankind."

    TheDartmouth.com | America's Oldest College Newspaper. Founded 1799.

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