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nagging in a sentence

definition of "nagging"  
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  • Even the nagging, braying ring of his telephone is insufferable.
  • The nagging question is whether these accidents are isolated or systemic.
  • But the money could not paper over some nagging political problems.
  • But Yokich is likely to face nagging distractions closer to home.
  • My fuel warning light had been nagging me for 15 minutes.
  • There were other nagging questions that made the Masada story problematic.
  • The Bruins have had a series of nagging injuries of late.
  • You don't do it by constantly scolding and nagging.
  • But there are nagging discrepancies in the recollections of her troops.
  • "He's always had something nagging ."
  • One nagging problem : The character of Kay is poorly defined.
  • Oh, with enough nagging, he still feeds the cat.
  • Chris Childs also will start despite an assortment of nagging injuries.
  • Beane said another reason was Wagner's nagging hip injury.
  • But Israel's injury is considered more nagging than serious.
  • I went into the fight with nagging ( shoulder ) injuries.
  • Henderson cannot practice full-time because of nagging foot pain.
  • All he knows is that mom and dad keep nagging him.
  • This won't happen by nagging, or even preaching.
  • It seems like this season has been full of nagging injuries.
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