ضايق, أزعج, أقلق, أربك, اعتدى, إنتهك حرمة
Verb(1) harass or assault sexually; make indecent advances to(2) annoy continually or chronically
(1) If anyone should try to molest him or thieve from him, the dogs were there on hand to attack them.(2) How dare you molest this young lady with your obscene and suggestive insinuations?(3) Hoodlums also come at night to loot and molest the few people who have the courage to stay.(4) I know you didn't molest him - we'll plead innocent to that - but you did kidnap him.(5) He said under parliamentary law, it was a breach of privilege and contempt of either House to obstruct, insult or molest a member while in the execution of his duties.(6) Her mother's lover tries to molest her, her cousin tries to seduce her, and she briefly marries an older man who virtually imprisons her out of jealousy.(7) The army was warned not to molest the citizens in any manner, and the commanders were cautioned exercise maximum vigilance to this end.(8) The brothers all claim the molestations took place over a period of years, until they left high school and moved on to college.(9) My flat-out belief, based on experience and the research is that every man who molests a child or sexually assaults an adult woman should be sent to prison, no question about it.(10) He was convicted of molesting his girlfriend's daughters.(11) Authorities have issued an arrest warrant for the pop singer on multiple counts of child molestation .(12) The girl, however, got the better of them by firmly planting herself between her molesters and the door of the cab, effectively barring their retreat.(13) Those pedophiles were convicted of or admitted to over 6,000 molestations of boys and girls.(14) As a sought-after expert witness in repressed memory cases, she has been accused of sympathizing with child molesters .(15) In many, many child molestations you dig and you don't have to dig deep, you will find other allegations in the past.(16) Your child will need medical care if he has been sexually molested or physically injured.
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Different Formsmolest, molested, molester, molesters, molesting, molests
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