harass

Bullying vs Harass - What's the difference?

bullying | harass |


As nouns the difference between bullying and harass

is that bullying is an act of intimidating a weaker person to do something, especially such repeated coercion while harass is (obsolete) devastation; waste.

As verbs the difference between bullying and harass

is that bullying is while harass is to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts.

Stalk vs Harass - What's the difference?

stalk | harass |


As nouns the difference between stalk and harass

is that stalk is the stem or main axis of a plant, which supports the seed-carrying parts or stalk can be a particular episode of trying to follow or contact someone while harass is (obsolete) devastation; waste.

As verbs the difference between stalk and harass

is that stalk is (lb) to approach slowly and quietly in order not to be discovered when getting closer or stalk can be to walk haughtily while harass is to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts.

Irksome vs Harass - What's the difference?

irksome | harass |


As an adjective irksome

is disagreeable or troublesome by reason of long continuance or repetition; bothersome; annoying; irritating; wearisome; tedious.

As a verb harass is

to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts.

As a noun harass is

(obsolete) devastation; waste.

Offend vs Harass - What's the difference?

offend | harass |


As verbs the difference between offend and harass

is that offend is (transitive)  to hurt the feelings of; to displease; to make angry; to insult while harass is to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts.

As a noun harass is

(obsolete) devastation; waste.

Mock vs Harass - What's the difference?

mock | harass |


As nouns the difference between mock and harass

is that mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality while harass is (obsolete) devastation; waste.

As verbs the difference between mock and harass

is that mock is to mimic, to simulate while harass is to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts.

As an adjective mock

is imitation, not genuine; fake.

Harass vs Chagrin - What's the difference?

harass | chagrin | Related terms |

Harass is a related term of chagrin.


As verbs the difference between harass and chagrin

is that harass is to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts while chagrin is to bother or vex; to mortify.

As nouns the difference between harass and chagrin

is that harass is (obsolete) devastation; waste while chagrin is distress of mind caused by a failure of aims or plans, want of appreciation, mistakes etc; vexation or mortification.

Harass vs Punitive - What's the difference?

harass | punitive |


As a verb harass

is to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts.

As a noun harass

is (obsolete) devastation; waste.

As an adjective punitive is

(legal|military) inflicting punishment, punishing.

Lay_waste vs Harass - What's the difference?

lay_waste | harass | Related terms |

Lay_waste is a related term of harass.


As verbs the difference between lay_waste and harass

is that lay_waste is to completely destroy, especially of a geographical area or region while harass is to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts.

As a noun harass is

(obsolete) devastation; waste.

Touch vs Harass - What's the difference?

touch | harass |


As verbs the difference between touch and harass

is that touch is primarily physical senses while harass is to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts.

As nouns the difference between touch and harass

is that touch is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger while harass is (obsolete) devastation; waste.

Harass vs Defend - What's the difference?

harass | defend |


As verbs the difference between harass and defend

is that harass is to fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts while defend is defends, protects (3rd person singular, present tense).

As a noun harass

is (obsolete) devastation; waste.

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