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See definition of plaguing on Dictionary.com
  • as ingalling
  • as inteasing
  • as intorturous
  • as inribbing

synonyms for plaguing

  • aggravating
  • annoying
  • bitter
  • exasperating
  • harassing
  • humiliating
  • irritating
  • provoking
  • rankling
  • vexing
  • acid
  • afflictive
  • bothersome
  • distasteful
  • grievous
  • irksome
  • nettlesome
  • painful
  • unpalatable
  • vexatious
  • irritating
  • joking
  • mocking
  • badgering
  • bothering
  • disturbing
  • exasperating
  • harassing
  • kidding
  • provoking
  • ribbing
  • taunting
  • tickling
  • tormenting
  • vexing
  • agonizing
  • distressing
  • excruciating
  • harrowing
  • trying
  • anguishing
  • bothersome
  • punishing
  • troubling
  • vexing

antonyms for plaguing

MOST RELEVANT
  • agreeable
  • pleasant
  • cheering
  • comforting
  • pleasing
  • satisfying
  • soothing
  • wonderful
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    How to use plaguing in a sentence

    That’s less flow sweeping through concrete canals, carrying garbage and other undesirables to plague the beaches of Southern California.
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    Yersinia pestis, the germ that causes plague, tamps down the early immune response, so that infected people can travel and spread infection for days before they feel sick.
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    If you’re looking for something beyond documentaries, try “Blood Quantum,” a Canadian zombie apocalypse film where only the Indigenous are immune to the plague.
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    It’s fair to say that the Renaissance followed the plague, the good follows the bad.
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    Originally titled Anti-Life, the film's premise is that a devastating plague has wiped out much of Earth's population, and the survivors are being evacuated via an interstellar ark to "New Earth."
    BRUCE WILLIS RETURNS TO SPACE TO KICK SOME ALIEN DERRIERE IN BREACH TRAILERJENNIFER OUELLETTENOVEMBER 12, 2020ARS TECHNICA
    It’s a marvel there’s a history conference at all, given our coronavirus plague year.
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    His graduate studies were interrupted by the outbreak of the plague in Cambridge.
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    While retailers typically love to see their stores mobbed—especially during the holidays—they are avoiding that like the plague this year.
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    Perhaps no disease can help illustrate this point better than plague, the single most deadly infectious disease in human history.
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    WORDS RELATED TO PLAGUING

    • acid
    • afflictive
    • aggravating
    • annoying
    • bitter
    • bothersome
    • distasteful
    • exasperating
    • grievous
    • harassing
    • humiliating
    • irksome
    • irritating
    • nettlesome
    • painful
    • plaguing
    • provoking
    • rankling
    • unpalatable
    • vexatious
    • vexing
    • agonizing
    • anguishing
    • bothersome
    • distressing
    • excruciating
    • harrowing
    • plaguing
    • punishing
    • troubling
    • trying
    • vexing
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