infest definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To inhabit or overrun in numbers or amounts big enough become harmful, threatening, or obnoxious: rats infesting the sewers; roads which were infested with medicines.
    • to reside as a parasite in or on: livestock that were infested with tapeworms.
    • To trouble greatly by figures or by frequency of existence; to disturb; to annoy; to regular and molest or harass
  • verb:
    • become mischievous; to-be upsetting; becoming harassing.
    • invade in great figures
    • live on or perhaps in a host, at the time of parasites
    • occupy in good sized quantities or go on a number
  • adjective:
    • Mischievous; hurtful; harassing.
  • others:
    • dangerous; upsetting; mischievous; harassing; problematic.
    • To attack; molest; harass; haunt or prowl around mischievously or hurtfully; attack parasitically.
    • Synonyms To annoy, harass, torment, plague, vex, molest, overrun.
    • to be confirmed in evil; become constantly vicious.

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