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  • n. Plural form of pesterer.


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  • That's the result of the work of millions of block-walkers, phone-bankers, email-forwarders, Facebook-status-changers, and parent-pesterers, as well as the tens of millions of dollars needed to fund their activities and the online system that organized them.

    How the Internet Put Barack Obama in the White House

  • If you like pestering people, permit me to suggest that you pester someone who has lots of spare time, and who welcomes the attention of of prolific pesterers.

    Robustness « Climate Audit

  • M. d'Anquetil was the first to break the silence by questioning himself aloud, swearing horribly the while, who the deuce the pesterers could be.

    The Queen Pedauque

  • They often did this out of sport, in order to tease their opponent; for of all pesterers that ever fastened on man he was the most insufferable: knowing that his coat protected him from manual chastisement, he spared no acrimony, and delighted in the chagrin and anger of those with whom he contended.

    The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner


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