verb (used without object), has·sled, has·sling.
verb (used with object), has·sled, has·sling.
- hasta la vista,
- hasta luego,
- hasta mañana
Origin of hassle
Examples from the Web for hassled
Apparently they got hassled by some bloggers, and this constituted Chicago-thug-style politics, you see.
Freedom to all – is also freedom from being conned or hassled.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin
Word Origin for hassle
1951, from hassle (n.). Related: Hassled; hassling.
1945, American English, perhaps from U.S. Southern dialectal hassle "to pant, breathe noisily" (1928), of unknown origin; or perhaps from hatchel "to harass" (1800), which may be a variant of hazel, the name of the plant that furnished switches for whippings. Noted in 1946 as a show biz vogue word.