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synonyms for plaguy

  • afflicting
  • aggravating
  • annoying
  • bothersome
  • burdensome
  • disagreeable
  • disappointing
  • disturbing
  • exasperating
  • galling
  • irksome
  • irritating
  • mean
  • nagging
  • nettlesome
  • pesky
  • provoking
  • teasing
  • tormenting
  • troublesome
  • troublous
  • trying
  • ugly
  • unpleasant
  • upsetting
  • wicked
  • worrisome
  • worrying
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How to use plaguy in a sentence

Now, who would think my master had such a monstrous plaguy wit?
A SELECT COLLECTION OF OLD ENGLISH PLAYS, VOLUME 10 (OF 15)VARIOUS
The fact is, those plaguy convalescent accounts have given us more trouble than all the business of the office besides.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 67, NO. 411, JANUARY 1850VARIOUS
I'm——My father calls; you plaguy devil, how durst you stop my breath so?
THE BEAUX-STRATAGEMGEORGE FARQUHAR
He feels a plaguy sight more than he thinks; and when the feelin's is up, it doesn't matter much who's right and who's wrong.
THE CHAINBEARERJ. FENIMORE COOPER
It is plaguy twelvepenny weather this last week, and has cost me ten shillings in coach and chair hire.
THE JOURNAL TO STELLAJONATHAN SWIFT
But I walked plaguy carefully, for fear of sliding against my will; but I am very busy.
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I sometimes look a line or two back, and see plaguy mistakes of the pen; how do you get over them?
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And so Mrs. Proby goes with you to Wexford: she's admirable company; you'll grow plaguy wise with those you frequent.
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I think it plaguy dear for a cheap thing; but they said that English silk would cockle, and I know not what.
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I hit my face such a rap by calling the coach to stop to-night, that it is plaguy sore, the bone beneath the eye.
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