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Harass vs. Herass

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Which is correct: Harass or Herass

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Harassverb

To fatigue or to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts.

Herass

Misspelling of harass.

Harassverb

To annoy endlessly or systematically; to molest.

Harassverb

To put excessive burdens upon; to subject to anxieties.

‘To harass good people is no different than speaking ill of them.’;

Harassnoun

(obsolete) devastation; waste

Harassnoun

(obsolete) worry; harassment

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Harassverb

To fatigue; to tire with repeated and exhausting efforts; esp., to weary by importunity, teasing, or fretting; to cause to endure excessive burdens or anxieties; - sometimes followed by out.

‘[Troops] harassed with a long and wearisome march.’; ‘Nature oppressed and harass'd out with care.’; ‘Vext with lawyers and harass'd with debt.’;

Harassnoun

Devastation; waste.

Harassnoun

Worry; harassment.

Harassverb

annoy continually or chronically;

‘He is known to harry his staff when he is overworked’; ‘This man harasses his female co-workers’;

Harassverb

exhaust by attacking repeatedly;

‘harass the enemy’;

Harassverb

subject to aggressive pressure or intimidation

‘being harassed at work can leave you feeling confused and helpless’;

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Harassverb

make repeated small-scale attacks on (an enemy)

‘the squadron's task was to harass the retreating enemy forces’;

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