Examples of pester in a Sentence
Leave me alone! Stop pestering me!
one resident pestered the condo board about every little thing
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Manager Joe Maddon said preferred to let the Cubs player development staff handle Schwarber and not pester him with questions.
Being out in nature, confronted with only the melodic sensory inputs of wildlife and the elements — not the constant bleeping and tic-inducing buzzing of my phone — will be the salve for whatever pesters me.
Threat level: Not interested in contending at this time, but get back to us in a couple of years The Royals are a gnat that probably has better things to do, but the Indians have essentially invited it to pester them.
MORE JOHNSON COVERAGE U of L's bigs ace Purdue test: The Cards' big men answered that call in impressive fashion, combining for 37 points, 20 rebounds, three assists, three steals and two blocks and pestering Haas and Swanigan for much of the game.
After World War II, Butler regularly visited the guards at Gainsborough Studios in Islington, pestering them for bits of film.
Subban didn’t shy away from pestering the Penguins’ other offensive stars, like Malkin and lead scorer Jake Guentzel, who Subban also had a lengthy exchange with.
The Predators controlled play through it all, pestering and swarming and not yielding a shot for an absurd 37 minutes, until the rookie Jake Guentzel beat Pekka Rinne high to the glove side at 16:43 of the third period.
That incident, observers have noted, underscores the cracks in city government that have pestered Fairhope since November when Karin Wilson, a political novice and independent bookstore owner, was sworn in as the new mayor.
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Synonym Discussion of pester
PESTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pester for English Language Learners
: to annoy or bother (someone) in a repeated way
PESTER Defined for Kids
Definition of pester for Students
: to bother again and again
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