Thesaurus / plaguy
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But I've a shrewd guess that plaguy wife and child of thine are at the bottom of thy half-and-half joining.
He then scoffingly exclaimed, 'Why a be plaguy shy o'the sudden, Mistress Debby!'
A plaguy mean trick this of women's—defying just when they are safe!
SECOND STRINGANTHONY HOPE
But she had never suspected that she was a plaguy old cat, and did not feel like her idea of one.
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN
The plaguy thing had a knack of intruding itself, just now, into all he undertook, and always mischievously.
THE MAYOR OF TROYSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
The dolphin is eaten and generally relished by every one, though certainly a plaguy dry fish.
Who appeared, bearing hot water—some for the plaguy old cat.
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN
It's so plaguy smooth and high polished, the hands slip off; you can't get a grip of it.
THE ATTACHETHOMAS CHANDLER HALIBURTON
There is here no tiresome rivalry of wits, no plaguy intellectual effort.
ESSAYS IN REBELLIONHENRY W. NEVINSON
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.
THE JOURNAL TO STELLAJONATHAN SWIFT