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Reposting is a common bane on Reddit and involves sharing the content of any type, pictures, gifs, videos previously shared by the original poster on another subreddit.
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Sleet is often the bane of winter weather forecasting in our region.
SLEET VS. SNOW: THE REASON BEHIND THURSDAY’S ICY MESSJEFFREY HALVERSONFEBRUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Friend drama has always been the bane of teen and tween girl existence.
THE LONELINESS OF AN INTERRUPTED ADOLESCENCEELLEN MCCARTHYFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
You may never have heard of it, but it is the bane of new brands trying to create brand awareness or make headways into industries dominated by big guns.
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“Any more uncertainty on any level is just the bane of these state agencies’ existence,” Evermore said.
THERE ARE ONLY 2 STATES PAYING TRUMP’S $300 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS SO FAR. HERE’S WHERE THE REST STANDLEE CLIFFORDAUGUST 25, 2020FORTUNE
Seems as if K. was beginning to come up against those political forces which have ever been a British Commander's bane.
GALLIPOLI DIARY, VOLUME IIAN HAMILTON
Love of money was throughout the bane of Loftus, and went far to neutralise the good effects of his learning and eloquence.
IRELAND UNDER THE TUDORS, VOL. II (OF 3)RICHARD BAGWELL
He is presumed here to have been killed by Hother, who is therefore called “the bane of Gelder.”
THE DEATH OF BALDERJOHANNES EWALD
It might be good for hogs, but it was a form of monks' bane, as it were.
OLD-TIME MAKERS OF MEDICINEJAMES J. WALSH
Anything with my hands but I bane not much good on head work.
MARY LOUISE AND JOSIE O'GORMANEMMA SPEED SAMPSON
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
AUGUST 3, 2021
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implore

WORDS RELATED TO BANE

  • Cancer
  • affliction
  • bane
  • burden
  • calamity
  • cross
  • disaster
  • evil
  • evil eye
  • hydra
  • jinx
  • ordeal
  • pestilence
  • plague
  • scourge
  • torment
  • tribulation
  • trouble
  • vexation
  • voodoo
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