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About two years ago, a woman claimed to be pestered by a spirit throughout the night.

I quit my fancy art-gallery job, threw myself into a wide variety of classes, and pestered Cory until he offered me a job.

The jazz fan who pestered him for narcotics turned out to be a federal agent.

When I was a kid, I pestered old people with questions about what life had been like in old times.

When the paparazzo pestered him again, asking, “So he could do without the Grammys?”

He pestered yo' pap to let him do it fer ye, an' anything Jack Hale wants from yo' pap, he gits.

For six years he was pestered with lawsuits for separation, till a divorce was finally procured.

"Go lang away wid yu white man, I aint agwine to be pestered," he continued.

He was constantly in and out of her room, he felt her pulse and pestered Don Rufo with questions.

Byron was pestered by appeals from Allegras mother, indirectly on her own behalf, and directly on behalf of the child.

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On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pestered, such as: agitated, anxious, bothered, concerned, confused, and distraught.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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