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plaguy

or pla·guey

[ pley-gee ]
/ ˈpleɪ gi /
Chiefly Northern U.S.
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adjective
such as to plague, torment, or annoy; vexatious: a plaguy pile of debts.
adverb
vexatiously or excessively: The room is plaguy hot.
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Origin of plaguy

First recorded in 1565–75; plague + -y1
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How to use plaguy in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for plaguy

plaguy

plaguey

archaic, informal

adjective
disagreeable or vexing
adverb
disagreeably or annoyingly

Derived forms of plaguy

plaguily, adverb
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