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Most important, he was a mother figure—he cared for them, reassured them, agonized on them, nagged them, even wept for them.

In the next game, as he prepares to return serve near the spot he points at it again, still nagged by the moment.

Observing her success in outsmarting the brutes, the viewer is nagged by a persistent question.

She was nagged incessantly by a gadfly of conscience that buzzed in her ears the counsel to tell the police.

He would dearly like to have added, "or would have been, if you hadn't nagged so!"

But as the weeks passed, it nagged at him so constantly that he became obsessed with it.

"I know the girls have nagged you till you are fairly worn out," he said.

They were nagged on to it by their leaders, who were not genuine Freaks at all, but professional agitators.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nagged, such as: acquiescent, browbeaten, compliant, constrained, docile, and dominated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.