you can do nothing but what you do already: be plagued
very often, and never lose your temper.
These he cultivates with his own hands, and is said even to have produced new varieties of poison, more horribly deleterious than Nature, without the assistance of this learned person, would ever have plagued
the world withal.
which is said to have plagued
the family so sorely ever
Then tell one of your slaughterers to cut off the head of the horse I rode upon, for it was very unruly, and plagued
me sadly on the road'; but the truth was, she was very much afraid lest Falada should some day or other speak, and tell all she had done to the princess.
He went away to his regiment two days ago, and I trust I shall never be plagued
with him again.
I made my complaint to the governor of Sainte-Marguerite's, who brought my finger under my nose by telling me if I plagued
him with such silly stories he would have me flogged.
I do think that, of all the silly, irritating tomfoolishness by which we are plagued
, this "weather-forecast" fraud is about the most aggravating.