plaguy

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plaguy (comparative more plaguy, superlative most plaguy)

  1. Causing annoyance or bother, irritating
    • 1851, Herman Melville, Moby-Dick, Chapter 18
      He got so frightened about his plaguy soul, that he shrinked and sheered away from whales, for fear of after-claps, in case he got stove and went to Davy Jones.

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