verb (used with object), plagued, pla·guing.
Origin of plague
Examples from the Web for plaguing
By 1910, when Broussard introduced his bill, the flowers had been plaguing his state for at least a decade.Lake Bacon: The Story of The Man Who Wanted Us to Eat Mississippi Hippos|Jon Mooallem|August 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This should put a quick end to the delays and cancellations that have been plaguing the country's airports since last weekend.
We can cobble together a good guess as to what is plaguing Edwards with the few details we have been given.John Edwards Doctor's Notes Push Back Trial: Is He Really Sick?|Kent Sepkowitz|January 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This is the question that has been plaguing me since the release of my book.
But the group is uneasy: bad intel, mysterious deaths, and trust issues are plaguing them.
A social ceremony invented by the devil for the gratification of his servants and the plaguing of his enemies.The Devil's Dictionary|Ambrose Bierce
Now you see what manner of life is mine: I must go to a plaguing council!'The Fifth Queen|Ford Madox Ford
I was ever on at him—plaguing—plaguing him to spare me for the time.When Ghost Meets Ghost|William Frend De Morgan
He greeted me courteously; I answered with a snarl, deeming him come to pursue the plaguing from which I had fled.The Shame of Motley|Raphael Sabatini
I noticed the Indians plaguing and laughing at her; she looked very serious.
British Dictionary definitions for plaguing
verb plagues, plaguing or plagued (tr)
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Idioms and Phrases with plaguing
see avoid like the plague.