Synonym: curse, nemesis, scourge. Similar words: ban, band, lane, banal, Cuban, urban, panel, inane. Meaning: [beɪn] n. something causes misery or death.
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1, Those noisy neighbours are the bane of my life.
2, Drugs are the bane of the inner cities.
3, Keeping noise levels low is the bane of airport administration.
4, Her brother is the bane of her life .
5, Drink was the bane of his existence.
6, That cat is the bane of my life!
7, Spots can be the bane of a teenager's life.
8, The neighbours' kids are the bane of my life .
9, The poor train service has been the bane of commuters for years.
10, That car is always breaking down! It's the bane of my life.
11, The Morning After Hangovers are the bane of drinkers.
12, This then is the bane of the simple auto-circuit.
13, They are the bane of my life.
14, Colds are the bane of singers.
15, The Great Bane was tied up in the yard.
16, Most alpine strawberry varieties don't produce runners, a bane for gardeners who want to keep their berry patch under control.
17, Knee injuries are the bane of the karate competitor's life.
18, Consequently, what forms the bane of middle-aged women's vanity can be used to your advantage.
19, Avarice is the bane to happiness.
20, You really are the bane of my life!
21, Rain is the bane of holiday-makers.
22, She is the bane of his life.
23, Sagoro's greatest bane was his criminal older brother,[http://sentencedict.com/bane.html] Venco.
24, Legalization of football betting? a boon or a bane?
25, Gambling was the bane of his life.
27, Though Minton's interest in youth fuelled his teaching, he could not escape the bane of its repetitiveness.
28, Finding the right balance between cooperation and competition has been the goal and bane of Western politics for centuries.
29, This is of great advantage to good horse trainers, but a real bane to poor ones.
30, After attending last week's ScienceOnline conference in North Carolina, Dave Munger asks whether relying on titillating tactics is a boon or bane for promoting science to the public.