Pronunciation of Nagging
/nˈaɡɪŋ/, /nˈaɡɪŋ/, /n_ˈa_ɡ_ɪ_ŋ/
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Sense 1 (noun)
antagonizing, irritating, baiting, disturbing, hassling, irking, upsetting, chafing, infuriating, grating, Harassing, Harrying, inflaming, teasing, exacerbating, Envenoming, Fretting, exasperating, needling, badgering, perturbing, tormenting, aggravating, Bothering, Discomposing, Bedeviling, troubling, annoying, vexing, peeving, Enraging, pestering, Arousing, Rankling.
daunting, Dictating, pushing, driving, motivating, Inciting, obliging, Coercing, causing, Browbeating, pressing, stimulating, sparking, urging, bullying, hijacking, Bulldozing, compelling, Fomenting, stressing, propelling, goading, galvanizing, mandating, pressuring, intimidating, impelling, Dragooning.
cursing, scolding, swearing, Blaspheming, cussing.
Usage examples for nagging:
- We do not know enough of what then went on between the German and Russian Chancellors to assert that they formed a definite agreement to harry British interests in those continents; but, judging from the general drift of Bismarck's diplomacy and from the " nagging" to which England was thenceforth subjected for two years, it seems highly probable that the policy ratified at Skiernevice aimed at marking time in European affairs and striding onwards in other continents at the expense of the Island Power. - "The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)", John Holland Rose.
- The mathematical fact had a peculiar nagging flavor. - "Space Platform", Murray Leinster.
- And then she realized that the ache was gone- the tormenting restless hunger for him that had been nagging at her ever since the first rush of spring was somehow appeased. - "The Real Adventure", Henry Kitchell Webster.