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Word: harry

Definition: harass, annoy, torment (by repeated attacks); raid


Sentences Containing 'harry'

According to Harry, they seemed too solid to be ghosts.
After the race, Harry Fry said that "We wanted to win.
Akhmerov then made reference to winter and also to Harry Magdoff.
All songs written by Harry Nilsson, except where noted
Apparition is the magical form of teleportation in the Harry Potter series.
As does that of Harry Dexter White of the Treasury Department."
Because of Dumbledore's death, his spell on Harry is broken and Harry rushes after Snape to avenge Dumbledore.
Both William and Harry sent their sons to St.
Duit On Mon Dei is the eleventh album by Harry Nilsson.
Dumbledore drinks the potion and Harry fights off Voldemort's Inferi.
Edward only had one brother, Harry Trelawny.
Geer was also the lover of gay activist Harry Hay.
Harry (or Henry as he was then called), was thriving there in 1853.
Harry and Dumbledore journey to a cave to retrieve a Horcrux.
Harry and Gussie immigrated from Bessarabia, October 1887.
Harry B. Smith penned the book and play adaptation.
Harry Bertoia was commissioned in 1967 to design the 'Golden Sun.'
Harry cannot hide his antagonism toward Erica.
Harry Forrester was born in Raymond, Illinois.
Harry is a Parselmouth: "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" explains this as due to Voldemort's passing on some of his abilities to Harry the night he tried to kill him.
Harry is instantly suspicious of Draco, whom he believes to be a Death Eater.
Harry Jackson was played by Ben Hogestyn in 2006.
Harry Sunderland Trophy winner: Henry Paul (Bradford)
Harry Sunderland Trophy winner: Matt Diskin (Leeds)
Harry Waters, Jr. is an American stage and film actor.
Harry Wilson is interred at Amite Cemetery.
He claimed Harry Hopkins was a secret Russian agent.
He was predeceased by his wife Sarah, his daughter Gertrude and his son Harry.
His father was a violinist who had hoped Harry would play violin as well.
His popular works are: "This Thing of Ours", "Remedy", "" and "Harry: A Communication Breakdown".
In captivity, they produce about 2-3 eggs each year (Harry 2006).
In the books the dinosaurs talk to Harry but seem to be toys to the other characters.
It was released in conjunction with the Harry Potter Audiobooks in iTunes.
Kevin Brennan appears as Harry the card-player.
Klimke studied Harry Boldt and Gustaf Rau.
Mars played Harry Zarakartos on the sitcom "He She".
President Harry S. Truman was not harmed.
Rhodes was substituted by Harry Agombar during the second half.
Rowling describes one of Harry's Astronomy exams in "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix".
She was married to the late Harry Parker.
She wrote and published "Poems for Harry Crosby" in 1931.
The conservatory's founder, Harry Puddicombe, was married to his sister.
The Doctor recovers, disables the robot, and meets Sarah and Harry.
The only flying lesson depicted in the Harry Potter series is in "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone".
The original seal was designed by Harry Edwards and cost $65.00.
The scenes containing the set were deleted from the film by Harry Cohn.
This left Harry Johnston, the Commissioner of the protectorate, with a major problem.
To Harry Orlinsky, this phrase does not necessarily denote a moral concept.
Wang is best known for his role in "" as Ensign Harry Kim.
Winnie is an old friend of Harry's, and she congratulates him with a kiss.

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::: militate - work against; Ex. militate against the chances of promotion; CF. serve as a soldier
::: inaugurate - begin formally; install in office; induct into office by a formal ceremony; N. inauguration; ADJ. inaugural
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