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

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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.
VIE DE BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS
"Go lang away wid yu white man, I aint agwine to be pestered," he continued.
THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
He was constantly in and out of her room, he felt her pulse and pestered Don Rufo with questions.
THE FOURTH ESTATE, VOL. 2ARMANDO PALACIO VALDS
Byron was pestered by appeals from Allegras mother, indirectly on her own behalf, and directly on behalf of the child.
BYRONRICHARD EDGCUMBE
His enemies elsewhere continue to persecute him: he is pestered with anonymous letters.
And with a few curseful remarks about being pestered with useless, lazy boys, he turned and began pacing to windward.
THE VIKING BLOODFREDERICK WILLIAM WALLACE
They pestered and bothered the children and tried in various ways before they succeeded.
ALGONQUIN INDIAN TALESEGERTON R. YOUNG
It is to be pestered by invitations to other people's houses, and to be worried again in returning those invitations.
BEGGARSW. H. (WILLIAM HENRY) DAVIES
He will be pestered by illiterate seekers of work, and even begging-letter impostors.
BEGGARSW. H. (WILLIAM HENRY) DAVIES

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