What is another word for plaguey?

Pronunciation: [plˈe͡ɪɡi] (IPA)

Plaguey is a word that is used to describe something that is irritating or bothersome. There are several synonyms that can be used instead of plaguey. Some examples of synonyms for plaguey are annoying, vexing, troublesome, maddening, exasperating, tedious, irritating, and bothersome. These words can be used in place of plaguey in a sentence to convey the same meaning. For example, "The noise from the construction site was maddening", would be a suitable replacement for "The noise from the construction site was plaguey". It's important to have a wide range of vocabulary to express yourself better and accurately convey your thoughts and feelings.

What are the hypernyms for Plaguey?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for plaguey?

The word "plaguey" is an adjective that refers to something that is annoying, bothersome or troublesome. In contrast, an antonym for "plaguey" would be a word that describes something that is pleasant, enjoyable or beneficial. Some of the antonyms for "plaguey" include delightful, pleasant, agreeable, enjoyable, gratifying, and pleasurable. These words convey the opposite meaning of "plaguey" and suggest an experience that is not irritating, provoking or disturbing. Moreover, using these antonyms can help to convey a more positive tone, which may be more suitable in certain situations.

What are the antonyms for Plaguey?

Usage examples for Plaguey

"And"-and now the formal phraseology was abandoned-"if you don't hurry up and get ready we'll plaguey soon heave you in head over heels."
"The Crimson Sweater"
Ralph Henry Barbour
Our line's too plaguey slow and half of them are playing away up in the air.
"The Crimson Sweater"
Ralph Henry Barbour
You should have seen me hobbling around with gout only last week, and all because somebody at a reception, or tea, or some such plaguey affair, made me drink a glass of lemonade.
"Peter A Novel of Which He is Not the Hero"
F. Hopkinson Smith

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