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Sentence count:144+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-08Updated:2017-03-08
Similar words: plaguevagueleaguevaguelyintriguedbeleaguercolleagueplagiarizeMeaning: [pleɪg]  adj. (often followed by `with' or used in combination) troubled by or encroached upon in large numbers. 
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(1) He is plagued by demons which go back to his traumatic childhood.
(2) We were plagued by a myriad tiny flies.
(3) Famine plagued a score of nations.
(4) The town has been plagued by armed thugs who have looted food supplies and terrorized the population.
(5) The team has been plagued by injury this season.
(6) Sarah had been plagued continually by a series of minor illnesses.
(7) The children plagued him with questions all through lunch.
(8) The project's been plagued with financial problems all along the line.
(9) She was plagued by weakness, fatigue, and dizziness.
(10) The Army was plagued by internal divisions .
(11) We were plagued by the ubiquitous mosquito.
(12) His life was plagued by fear and self-doubt.
(13) His administration was plagued by one petty scandal after another, cumulatively very damaging.
(14) The coal industry was plagued by industrial disputes .
(15) The system has been plagued with glitches ever since its launch.
(16) Rock stars have to get used to being plagued by autograph hunters.
(17) The project has been plagued by delays.
(18) He was plagued by eye troubles.
(19) Church union is often plagued by archaic concepts and models projected by outsiders and insiders.
(20) At last the green straw, which had plagued wheat harvest from the start, had disappeared.
(21) He said those efforts were plagued by widespread corruption and official indifference.
(22) A foot injury plagued him all last season; he played in only eight games.
(23) Mrs Thatcher's first government was plagued by leaks - a symptom of divisions and poor morale.
(24) Lord knows I have plagued the pigeons often enough.
(25) They've got to learn that this business is plagued with fantasists and people with grudges.
(26) Her old car was unreliable, so the trip was plagued by breakdowns.
(27) Yes, we defeated the United States, but now we are plagued by problems.
(28) Lydia recalled with devious glee how Father Maier had been plagued by diarrhea on a previous trip.
(29) Read in studio Violence has erupted again on an estate which has been plagued by joyriders.
(30) Nor is the Thames/BBC project likely to be beset by the teething troubles which plagued the pioneer satellite broadcasters.
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