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Spell check of plague

Correct spelling: plague

villainy, cuss, annoyance, hold back, black lung, stakes, bring up against, disadvantage, beset, harry, detestation, fear, irritant, shame, gadfly, community, annoy, burden, contagion, evoke, inhibit, misfortune, ill, threat, arouse, elicit, cancer, frustrate, brace, curse, affliction, outbreak, kick up, wickedness, the Black Death, epidemic, calamity, nuisance, let down, chivvy, besetment, ailment, throttle, call forth, raise, horror, rash, chickenpox, woe, hazard, iniquity, antagonize, provoke, stimulate, complaint, infection, help, feelings, evil, gambling, menace, execration, disgust, scourge, condition, bird flu, set upon, pestilence, harass, encrust, blighter, bane, torment, bevy, bother, blight, bubonic plague, irritate, anger, flock, enkindle, gaggle, embarrass, offense, peeve, pesterer, aversion, AIDS, fire, kindle, Black Death, count against, irritation, hatred, disease, abomination, ravage, pest, flight, danger, hassle, peril, sickness, poison, chevvy, pain, abhorrence, vexation, chlamydia, madden, abuse, hive, increase, aggravation, avian flu, colony, herd, infuriate, influenza, canker, risk, disorder, illness, doom, incrust, infestation, amoebic dysentery, chivy, chevy, crime, drove, bilharzia.

delight, gratification, enjoyment, esteem, blessing, affection, desire, joy, approval, treat, satisfaction, appreciation, benefit.

Examples of usage:

1) The Plague left no man in its neighbourhood much leisure for explanations. - "Holbein", Beatrice Fortescue.

2) On the street, he gets out of my way as if I had the plague. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.

3) By that time we were both half awake to the fact that it was a plague inspection; in a minute or two a third person came in, but I was too sleepy to notice what he said- but I am quite certain I did not pray for any of them. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.