- such as to plague, torment, or annoy; vexatious: a plaguy pile of debts.
- vexatiously or excessively: The room is plaguy hot.
Origin of plaguy
Examples from the Web for plaguey
Historical Examples of plaguey
He was only too plaguey sure of himself to feel any anxiety.A Venetian June
It takes a plaguey lot to move it, and then it moves as slowly as a steam-roller.The Master Mummer
E. Phillips Oppenheim
"He aer a plaguey feller, he's that short-winded," grumbled Bill.Indian and Scout
F. S. Brereton
I don't see what you want to be a plaguey old saint for, anyway.In Pawn
Ellis Parker Butler
The plaguey rascals said I was a night-walker, and that I behaved suspiciously.Captain Ravenshaw
Robert Neilson Stephens
- disagreeable or vexing
- disagreeably or annoyingly