verb (used without object), has·sled, has·sling.
verb (used with object), has·sled, has·sling.
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Origin of hassle
OTHER WORDS FROM hassleun·has·sled, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for hassle
The next election, you will be ready to vote without all the hassles of straightening out your registration or perhaps not being able to vote.
It may seem like a lot of hassle, but it’s also worth considering just how shockingly bad people are at passwords.
It’s the hassle factor at a time when many businesses are barely making ends meet.Worker advocates push to extend COVID-related emergency paid leave program|lbelanger225|December 18, 2020|Fortune
If you wanted to, you could also use your phone to control streaming boxes and other devices—the Roku app has a remote screen built-in, for example—though that can sometimes be its own level of hassle.Get rid of the remote controls you don’t need. Here’s how.|Whitson Gordon|December 16, 2020|Popular Science
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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