molest

molest
mo·lest /mə-'lest/ vt
1: to annoy, disturb, or persecute esp. with hostile intent or injurious effect
2: to make annoying sexual advances to; specif: to force physical and usu. sexual contact on (as a child)
mo·les·ta·tion /ˌmō-ˌles-'tā-shən, ˌmä-, -ləs-/ n
mo·lest·er n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

molest
I (annoy) verb anger, arouse, badger, bother, discommode, disquiet, disturb, harass, harm, harry, hound, hurt, incense, incommode, inconvenience, inflame, injure, interfere with, interrupt, irk, irritate, misuse, perturb, pester, pique, plague, provoke, ruffle, sollicitare, tease, torment, trouble, vex, vexare, worry II (subject to indecent advances) verb abuse, assault, attack, defile, rape, ravish, sexually abuse, sexually assault, violate III index abuse (victimize), brutalize, debauch, distress, disturb, endanger, harrow, hector, irritate, misemploy, mishandle (maltreat), mistreat, pique, plague, press (goad)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


molest
v.
To engage in sexual touching, up to and including sexual intercourse, with an unwilling partner.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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