Definition of Plaguy

1. Adjective. Causing irritation or annoyance. "It is vexing to have to admit you are wrong"




2. Adverb. In a disagreeable manner. "It's so plaguey cold!"
Exact synonyms: Plaguey, Plaguily

Definition of Plaguy

1. a. Vexatious; troublesome; tormenting; as, a plaguy horse. [Colloq.] Also used adverbially; as, "He is so plaguy proud."

Definition of Plaguy

1. Adjective. Causing annoyance or bother, irritating ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Plaguy

1. troublesome [adj] : PLAGUILY [adv] - See also: troublesome

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plaguy

plague spot
plague vaccine
plagued
plagueful
plagueless
plaguelike
plaguer
plaguers
plagues
plaguesome
plaguey
plaguier
plaguiest
plaguily
plaguing
plaguy (current term)
plaice
plaices
plaided
plaiding
plaidings
plaidman
plaidmen
plaidoyer
plaidoyers
plaids
plaigiarism
plain
plain-clothes

Literary usage of Plaguy

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1. Travels in America by Asa Greene (1833)
"Strange there can't be any thing nice, but some plaguy feller or other will try to counterfeit it. But there'll be other guess times in four years from now. ..."

2. Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary, Historical and by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley (1902)
"The dragon he had a plaguy hide, Which could both sword and spear abide. 1601. ... He is so plaguy proud that the death-tokens of tt cry ' No recovery. ..."

3. Citation and examination of William Shakspeare, Euseby Treen, Joseph Carnaby by Walter Savage Landor (1834)
"I might, indeed, write unto him : but our Warwickshire pens are mighty broad- nibbed ; and there is a something in this plaguy ink of ours sadly ropy ..."

4. Travels in America by Asa Greene (1833)
"Strange there can't be any thing nice, but some plaguy feller or other will try to counterfeit it. But there'll be other guess times in four years from now. ..."

5. Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary, Historical and by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley (1902)
"The dragon he had a plaguy hide, Which could both sword and spear abide. 1601. ... He is so plaguy proud that the death-tokens of tt cry ' No recovery. ..."

6. Citation and examination of William Shakspeare, Euseby Treen, Joseph Carnaby by Walter Savage Landor (1834)
"I might, indeed, write unto him : but our Warwickshire pens are mighty broad- nibbed ; and there is a something in this plaguy ink of ours sadly ropy ..."

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