Definition of Plaguiest

1. Adjective. (superlative of plaguey) ¹



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Definition of Plaguiest

1. plaguey [adj] - See also: plaguey

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plaguiest

plague bacillus
plague pneumonia
plague septicaemia
plague spot
plague vaccine
plagued
plagueful
plagueless
plaguelike
plaguer
plaguers
plagues
plaguesome
plaguey
plaguier
plaguiest (current term)
plaguily
plaguing
plaguy
plaice
plaices
plaided
plaiding
plaidings
plaidman
plaidmen
plaidoyer
plaidoyers
plaids

Literary usage of Plaguiest

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1. The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses by Robert Louis Stevenson (1905)
"... the harm was already done, and Lawless a prisoner in the church. " Move not," whispered Dick. " We are in the plaguiest pass, thanks, before all things, ..."

2. Garrick and His Circle by Florence Mary Wilson Parsons (1906)
"Behind the scenes, he had found her the plaguiest of his ladies. She was, as we see by her letters, terribly persistent; nothing could divert her from her ..."

3. Specimens of Newspaper Literature: With Personal Memoirs, Anecdotes, and by Joseph Tinker Buckingham (1852)
"Sure these are the plaguiest of all plaguy times, When villains must hang for their crimes, their crimes, And debtors a ..."

4. On Civil Liberty and Self-government by Francis Lieber (1859)
"... also to thank these knights of the pen for the plaguiest long-figured statements, and the greatest number of such statements, which the world ever saw. ..."

5. British Farmer's Magazine (1867)
"To-morrow '11 be the plaguiest time of all the glad new year." Shall we, or shall we not ? that is the question. Weu, the fact is, there has occurred ..."

6. The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses by Robert Louis Stevenson (1905)
"... the harm was already done, and Lawless a prisoner in the church. " Move not," whispered Dick. " We are in the plaguiest pass, thanks, before all things, ..."

7. Garrick and His Circle by Florence Mary Wilson Parsons (1906)
"Behind the scenes, he had found her the plaguiest of his ladies. She was, as we see by her letters, terribly persistent; nothing could divert her from her ..."

8. Specimens of Newspaper Literature: With Personal Memoirs, Anecdotes, and by Joseph Tinker Buckingham (1852)
"Sure these are the plaguiest of all plaguy times, When villains must hang for their crimes, their crimes, And debtors a ..."

9. On Civil Liberty and Self-government by Francis Lieber (1859)
"... also to thank these knights of the pen for the plaguiest long-figured statements, and the greatest number of such statements, which the world ever saw. ..."

10. British Farmer's Magazine (1867)
"To-morrow '11 be the plaguiest time of all the glad new year." Shall we, or shall we not ? that is the question. Weu, the fact is, there has occurred ..."

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