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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of plague.

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Examples

  • Most people, for a variety of reasons, hide their vulnerabilities, and thus remain plagued by them.

    Dr. Hendrie Weisinger: The Instinctual Manager

  • Sputtering offense again plagued the Demon Deacons, as it did when they were beaten by Maryland last week in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.

    USATODAY.com

  • While we have made clear progress, we remain plagued with lingering perceptions regarding the safety of receiving a transfusion: only 12 per cent believe that it is "completely safe" and a further 46 per cent believe it is "somewhat safe."

    Marking a Year of Fundamental Change

  • The bishops made their statement in the wake of violence that has occurred since local elections were held, which the bishops described as plagued by a series of irregularities that need to be clarified.

    Clerical Whispers

  • DRC find a solution to the political challenges that had "plagued" that country.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Roodeplaat, said South Africa was "plagued" by crime and it was senseless to arrest, charge, convict and imprison criminals if they were released before completing their sentences.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He had no doubts about the justice of his cause, such as plagued some of the British generals.

    History of the United States

  • MP Greg Hands recently warned that London's parks are "plagued" by growing numbers of attack dogs, which can savage people or other animals.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • I believe it was $1 million, and on the last few quarters it's been something that's kind of plagued you.

    Capstone Turbine CEO Discusses F2Q11 Results - Earnings Call Transcript -- Seeking Alpha

  • I don't think Toyota is according to AB "plagued" in anyway.

    Autoblog

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