What is harass?

  • (verb): Exhaust by attacking repeatedly.
    Example: "Harass the enemy"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on harass:

Vayeira - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 19
... the Moabites, but the Israelites might harass them ... “son of my people”), and so in Deuteronomy 219, God told Moses, “Harass them not, nor contend with them” the Israelites were not to harass the Ammonites at all ...
Kim Taek-Yong - Gamer Career - Playing Style
... the games with commencing a second base, Corsair harass when confronting Zerg and subsequent attack of mixed units, including High Templars ... Assimilator early, would ultimately proceed to Corsairs and Dark Templar harass, followed by extensive Gateway gameplay ... Along with Corsair and Shuttle harass, Bisu's multitasking and Zealot timing rushes are considered standard for his matches against Zerg players ...
Sarah Brightman - Duets
... Hilton – Repo! The Genetic Opera "At The Opera Tonight", "Bravi!", "Luigi, Pavi, Amber Harass Mag" Bill Moseley – Repo! The Genetic Opera "At The Opera Tonight", "Bravi!", "Luigi, Pavi ...
James Hill (British Army Officer) - Second World War - North Africa
... and guard the cross roads and airfield at Soul el Arba and patrol eastwards to harass German forces ... contact the local French forces, believed to be pro British, and harass German forces ... the success of the ambush, Hill sent a second patrol to harass local German forces, but it was withdrawn after it encountered a larger German force ...
Red-tailed Black Shark - In The Aquarium - Behaviour
... One shark will become dominant and will continually chase and harass the submissive shark, preventing it from feeding and resting ... them into an aquarium with another bottom dweller, as they will constantly pester and harass it ... is often reported that they do not generally harass loaches, such as Chromobotia macracanthus, and may even exhibit schooling behavior with them ...

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Famous quotes containing the word harass:

    He has erected a multitude of new offices by a self-assumed power, & sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people & eat out their substance.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)