flaming_tyger (flaming_tyger) wrote in 1word1day,

hector-verb [hek-ter]
1. to treat with insolence; bully; torment: The teacher hectored his students incessantly.
2. to act in a blustering, domineering way; be a bully


The constant hectoring finally got to him, so he snapped and got in a large fistfight.
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