hassle (someone) with (something)

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hassle (someone) with (something)

To bother or nag someone with something in particular. Don't hassle the boss with such nonsense.
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I don't want to hassle with mixing gas, starting the thing, harnessing it up, the noise, stench, etc., so the weeds have been growing unchecked--until now.
Mason Gleeson, 10, handed his bright orange bloom to nurse Marie Hassle with a big kiss.
"There is some hassle with the job but there is hassle with everything in life.
It's also great where there's no power to plug in an air Compressor or you just don't want to hassle with hauling one around.