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EtymologyEdit

molest +‎ -er

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NounEdit

molester (plural molesters)

  1. Agent noun of molest: one who molests.

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VerbEdit

molester (third-person singular simple present molesters, present participle molestering, simple past and past participle molestered)

  1. (rare, nonstandard) Alternative form of molest
    • 2000, "The Wacky Molestation Adventure" (season 4, episode 16), South Park
      Kyle: I wish I didn't have any parents!
      Cartman: Well, you could make them go away for a while.
      Kyle: How?
      Cartman: Well, I mean, you could call the police and have them take your parents away.
      Stan: The police?
      Cartman: Yeah! I saw it on TV. All you gotta do is call the police, and say that your parents both molestered you.
      Kyle: What's that?
      Cartman: I don't know, but it works. When I wanted to get rid of my mom's last boyfriend, I just called the police, and said he was molestering me, and I haven't seen him for three months.

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VerbEdit

molester

  1. imperative of molestere

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VerbEdit

molester

  1. To molest
  2. To maul

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