- v. Simple past tense and past participle of plague.
“Most people, for a variety of reasons, hide their vulnerabilities, and thus remain plagued by them.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“DRC find a solution to the political challenges that had "plagued" that country.”
“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.”
“He had no doubts about the justice of his cause, such as plagued some of the British generals.”
“MP Greg Hands recently warned that London's parks are "plagued" by growing numbers of attack dogs, which can savage people or other animals.”
“I believe it was $1 million, and on the last few quarters it's been something that's kind of plagued you.”
“I don't think Toyota is according to AB "plagued" in anyway.”
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Recorded by Martin Carthy.
Now there was an old farmer lived over the hill
And a poor old fellow they say
He was plagued by a scolding wife
The worst misfortune that day<...
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