She complained about harassing emails that may have bordered on threats.
In 2002, he pleaded guilty to harassing an ex-girlfriend and her new lover.
It makes those who continue to milk the story look like heartless vultures for harassing a sick man (with a pregnant wife).
And they had been harassing him for selling untaxed cigarettes for a while.
He even complained that the FBI was harassing him for his IRA ties.
Nevertheless, nearly two years of harassing guerilla warfare were in store for the Colony.
Peremptorily I dismissed these harassing and frightful doubts.
The other Esquires would have joined in harassing her had not Gurnemanz stayed them.
After all, Correy had no more than put into words some fears which had been harassing me.
This was the policy of avoiding battle and seeking to wear the enemy out, while harassing him at every opportunity.
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.