• IPA: /məˈlɛst/

molest (molests, present participle molesting; past and past participle molested)

  1. To annoy intentionally.
  2. To disturb or tamper with.
    • They have molested the church with needless opposition.
  3. To sexually assault or sexually harass, especially a minor.
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