[pley-gee]Chiefly Northern U.S.
- such as to plague, torment, or annoy; vexatious: a plaguy pile of debts.
- vexatiously or excessively: The room is plaguy hot.
Origin of plaguy
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Examples from the Web for plaguy
If he's so plaguy neighborly why don't he ask me to go, too?Thankful's Inheritance
Joseph C. Lincoln
"It's some plaguy boy," said Mrs. Mudge, her eyes blazing with anger.Paul Prescott's Charge
"You're a plaguy sight too well dressed," returned Bickford.The Young Acrobat of the Great North American Circus
Horatio Alger Jr.
At last the Pope says to his Riv'rence, "I dunna what gev me this plaguy hiccup," says he.
"This comes of bringing their plaguy brats with them," said Uncle and Bagshaw.
- disagreeable or vexing
- disagreeably or annoyingly
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