Mr. Johnson has hit on the most effectual manner of plaguing us all.
And if you only knew how my wristbands are plaguing me you'd be very sorry.
Perhaps I ought to say rather, the want of which was plaguing him.
Only I want to thank you for not plaguing me with exhortations.
The priest goes on talking about it, and plaguing him with it, when he wants to forget it.
Now you see what manner of life is mine: I must go to a plaguing council!'
I was ever on at him—plaguing—plaguing him to spare me for the time.
I thought, perhaps, your rheumatism was plaguing you too much.
Why did you go on plaguing me, when you saw I never gave you an answer to one of them?
If the idea that was plaguing him was true, sound, valid—he'd have to have the files.