Definition of molest
< Middle English molesten < Old French molester < Latin molestare ("to trouble, annoy, molest") < molestus ("troublesome") < moles ("a burden, difficulty, labor, trouble'").
to molest (third-person singular simple present molests, present participle molesting, simple past and past participle molested)
- To sexually abuse, especially regarding a minor
- To annoy intentionally
- To disturb or tamper with.
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