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noun as in browbeater

noun as in bulldozer

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In addition, just a few months earlier he had been accused of repeatedly sexually harassing a female VA employee.

Goldstein has disputed filing multiple complaints that she was sexually harassed or assaulted during her military service.

They spoke of feeling at risk when sexually aggressive students followed them from class and harassed them during office hours.

Our finding that some instructors believe that students cannot harass instructors is at odds with the voices of those academic women who shared their experiences with us.

“People who harass and get away with it continue to harass and get away with it,” she said.

Not for the benefit of the harasser, of course, but for your own safety.

In a new video, the Kentucky Republican brags about lowering the boom on sexual harasser Bob Packwood.

Cards Against Harassment went viral last month when videos of a young woman interviewing her street harasser hit YouTube.

“I am as far from a harasser as you could be,” she said in a phone call from her home, as her poodle mix barked in the background.

The day Sarig was arrested in March, he made a countercomplaint against Smith, that it was Smith who was the harasser.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to harasser, such as: bulldozer, intimidator, ruffian, tormentor, and tyrant.

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