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Chivy vs. Hassle — What's the Difference?

Chivy vs. Hassle — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Chivy and Hassle

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Chivy

To vex or harass with petty attacks
Political opponents who chivvied the senator.

Hassle

Hassle is a location at Örebro Municipality in Örebro County, Sweden. It was the site of the discovery of the Hassle treasure.

Chivy

To maneuver or secure gradually
"had spent two weeks chivvying this division toward combat readiness" (Tom Clancy).

Hassle

Irritating inconvenience
Travelling can be a hassle
The hassle of child care

Chivy

To scurry.
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Hassle

Harass; pester
You want to sit and relax and not get hassled

Chivy

A hunt or chase.

Hassle

An argument or a fight.

Chivy

A hunting cry.

Hassle

Trouble; bother.

Chivy

Alternative form of chevy

Hassle

To argue or fight
Customers hassling with merchants over high prices.

Chivy

Alternative form of chevy

Hassle

To bother or harass
Street gangs hassling passersby.

Chivy

To goad, drive, hunt, throw, or pitch; to repeatedly cause annoyance or concern to.

Hassle

Trouble, bother, unwanted annoyances or problems.
I went through a lot of hassle to be the first to get a ticket.

Chivy

Annoy continually or chronically;
He is known to harry his staff when he is overworked
This man harasses his female co-workers

Hassle

A fight or argument.

Hassle

An action which is not worth the difficulty involved.

Hassle

(transitive) To trouble, to bother, to annoy.
The unlucky boy was hassled by a gang of troublemakers on his way home.

Hassle

(transitive) To pick a fight or start an argument with.

Hassle

To engage in a mock dogfight.

Hassle

(Philippines) hassling; hasslesome

Hassle

An inconvenience caused by difficulties encountered trying to accomplish a task; as, finding a parking place in midtown is always a hassle.

Hassle

Disorderly fighting; an angry dispute or disturbance.

Hassle

To dispute or quarrel, often over petty disagreements.

Hassle

To expend excessive time and energy trying to accomplish a task.

Hassle

To repeatedly annoy; as, He is known to hassle his staff when he is overworked.

Hassle

An angry disturbance;
He didn't want to make a fuss
They had labor trouble
A spot of bother

Hassle

Disorderly fighting

Hassle

Annoy continually or chronically;
He is known to harry his staff when he is overworked
This man harasses his female co-workers

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