View definitions for pester
verb as in bother, harass
Bauer has pestered women who challenge him on Twitter, a habit made more noticeable by the fact that he has not handled male critics on the platform so pointedly.
Given how quickly I was wolfing books down, I didn’t want to pester my parents to drive me there every other day.
We just understood this as another tool to pester with our living situation.
“The question of what determines biological diversity has pestered evolutionary biologists ever since Wallace and Darwin came up with their theory of evolution,” Salzburger said.
This acceleration in bee-pestered plants is not entirely a surprise.
And resist the urge to probe or pester for reassuring answers.
Do not continually pester either your companion or the conductor with questions, such as "Where are we now?"
Do you want me to pester every office in the government with new inquiries?
The Landhofmeisterin continued to pester the Duke to convey her to Frankfort.
"No fear, with my old woman to pester me," answered Richard, with a grim relaxing of his features.
The next year he became editor-in-chief to the "Pester Lloyd," raising that paper to a high level of excellence.
On this page you'll find 126 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pester, such as: annoy, badger, bedevil, hassle, hector, and hound.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.