Definition of plaguy in English:

plaguy

Line breaks: pla¦guy
Pronunciation: /ˈpleɪɡi
 
/
(also plaguey)

adjective

informal
Troublesome or annoying: it was crazy to hope that good might come out of this plaguy mess
More example sentences
  • Today, rare herbs and wild flowers grow on the plaguey pit, so Belfast City Council has ordered the ground left to grow wild in order to see what biological mysteries the cemetery contains.
  • Being awake when I should have been asleep was very plaguy.

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