Other Words for Plague

Plague Noun Synonyms
irritation, annoyance, nuisance, pest, vexation, bother, thorn in one's side or flesh, torment, torture, pain (in the neck), headache, aggravation, drag, bitch, hassle, pain in the arse or ass
It's a plague trying to find a place to park the car.

scourge, epidemic, pestilence, affliction, pandemic, calamity, curse, evil, bane, blight, visitation
The inhabitants turned a plague of locusts to advantage by eating them.

badger, harry, hound, pester, annoy, vex, irritate, bother, harass, nag, nettle, exasperate, gall, annoy, irk, torment, torture, anguish, distress, chivvy or chivy or chevy
I wish the police would stop plaguing me with questions about Jonathan's whereabouts.

More Words for Plague

Curse / Evil / Drag

Septicimic Plague

Health / Disease / Septicimic Plague: A generally fatal form of bubonic plague in which infecting organisms invade the bloodstream. MORE

Pneumonic Plague

Health / Disease / Pneumonic Plague: A generally fatal form of bubonic plague in which the infecting organisms infect the lungs. In contrast to other forms of Bubonic Plague pneumonic plague is transmissible from person to person. MORE

Plague Of Justinian

Health / Disease / Plague Of Justinian: (541-542) The Plague of Justinian was a pandemic that afflicted the Byzantine Empire, including its capital Constantinople, in the years 541–542 AD. It has been speculated that this pandemic was cau MORE

Bubonic Plague

Health / Disease / Bubonic Plague: A zoonotic disease vectored by fleas. Rodents form the reservoir species. MORE

Frame Narrative

Entertainment / Literature / Frame Narrative: The result of inserting one or more small stories within the body of a larger story that encompasses the smaller ones. Often this term is used interchangeably with both the literary technique and the MORE

Dans Macabre

Entertainment / Literature / Dans Macabre: (French, 'morbid dance') A gruesome motif or trend that spread through late medieval Europe's visual art, architecture, sculpture, and poetry in the wake of the Black Plague (1347-1349 CE) and which r MORE