hassle meaning

Pronunciation:   "hassle" in a sentence
Noun: hassle  hasul
  1. An angry disturbance
    - fuss, trouble, bother 
  2. Disorderly fighting
    - scuffle, tussle, dogfight, rough-and-tumble
Verb: hassle  hasul
  1. Annoy continually or chronically
    - harass, harry, chivy, chivvy, chevy, chevvy [non-standard], beset, plague, molest, provoke

Derived forms: hassled, hassling, hassles

Type of: annoy, bother, chafe, combat, devil, disturbance, fight, fighting, get at, get to, gravel [US], irritate, nark [Brit], nettle, perturbation, rag, rile, scrap, vex

Encyclopedia: Hassle

[American slang]
tr. to harass someone; to bother someone; to give someone a hard time.
• Listen, please don't hassle me. I've had a hard day.
• Please make this dame stop hassling me!


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