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Definition of hassle


  • In some areas here in the South, hassling means the same as panting (or to be out of breath).
    The dog ran so fast that he was hassling.

    Last edited on Jun 26 2002. Submitted by Robert T. from Mount Olive, NC, USA on Jun 26 2002.

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