But fan armies have mostly gained notoriety for their propensity to harass and cajole.
He cannot use it as George W. used his—to threaten, to cajole, to harass and to frighten recalcitrant legislators into line.
“We now are around Salaheddin,” he said, arguing that he and his fellow commanders intend to harass government forces.
When Arizona passes a law that encourages police to harass Latinos, the ADL expresses outrage.
We may not be able to stop men from wanting to harass women but Internet technologies can easily be rebuilt.
There it learned from the Dutch factors that their vessels were about to come to harass these islands.
Nor did Casanova allow these questions to harass his mind to-day.
On the east coast more storms came to harass the unfortunate men.
Forgive me that I harass you with this catalogue of my misfortunes.
This tribe had gone on the war-path and had begun to harass the engineers.
1610s, from French harasser "tire out, vex," possibly from Old French harer "set a dog on," and perhaps blended with Old French harier "to harry, draw, drag" [Barnhart]. Originally "to lay waste, devastate," sense of "distress" is from 1650s. Related: Harassed; harassing.