nagging


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marked by, causing, or experiencing physical pain

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continually complaining or faultfinding

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I think it is worth a shot though, considering the success rate of nagging is virtually nil.
"Our study indicates that manipulative nagging and overall nagging increased with age," said Holly Henry, MHS, lead author of the study and a PhD candidate with the Bloomberg School's Department of Health, Behavior and Society.
Does Mrs David "Posh" Beckham employ someone to do her nagging for her by text message?
However, his nagging irritated and humiliated the citizenry to the point that they put him to death.
A HUSBAND faces going to jail after spiking his wife's ice cream with painkillers because she was nagging over home chores too much.
the yearning, the nagging feeling of incompleteness, the feeling of wanting more, needing more...." He soon realizes that he does not love his wife, Nerida, enough, but tries to convince himself that he can love both women without compromise.
All but the youngest practitioners of this youth-oriented discipline grapple with this nagging question.
I had a real laugh reading about Britain's most nagging wife in my Mirror yesterday.
There is full-on, screaming banshee nagging. To a teen this might be a shriek of, "You must clean your room.
Nagging, smoking and making a mess topped Bella magazine's Women Behaving Badly list.