Synonyms for Plague:
n.sickness, illness, ailment, disorder, condition, complaint. bubonic plague, epidemic, chickenpox, avian flu, increase, aids, black lung, bilharzia, bird flu, amoebic dysentery, rash, outbreak, chlamydia, the Black Death. feelings, hold back, disadvantage, peeve, bother, irritation, let down, throttle, torment, Besetment, burden, aggravation, inhibit, bring up against, pain, irritant, count against, vexation, embarrass. colony, herd, gaggle, brace, flight, community, hive, drove, flock, bevy. fear, threat, hazard, risk, danger, stakes, peril, menace, gambling. •annoyance, curse (noun)
torment, evil, Besetment, pain, blight, calamity, irritant, cancer, bane, aggravation, bother, vexation.
cancer, misfortune, infection, evil, scourge, calamity, contagion, bane, doom, affliction, poison, curse, ill.
•disease that is widespread (noun)
epidemic, infection, contagion, influenza, outbreak, scourge, pestilence, affliction, curse, infestation, rash.
disease, influenza, pestilence, black death.
infestation, harass, provoke, hassle, chevvy, chivvy, harry, chivy, blight, beset, chevy, pestilence.
v.•annoy, disturb (verb)
harry, hassle, harass.
embarrass, count against, Besetment, bring up against, disadvantage. inhibit, irritant, epidemic. throttle, outbreak, aggravation, let down, hold back, annoy. torment, woe, burden. irritation, vexation. •sickness
•Other relevant words:
chlamydia, peril, pestilence, inhibit, harass, drove, hassle, danger, chevy, gaggle, illness, stakes, annoy, peeve, hive, chivy, bevy, frustrate, disadvantage, woe, disease, gambling, embarrass, Besetment, threat, herd, aids, harry, rash, epidemic, infestation, bubonic plague, outbreak, chickenpox, flight, brace, flock, colony, burden, provoke, chivvy, aggravation, pain, hazard, ailment, influenza, beset, irritate, blight, sickness, bilharzia, antagonize, vexation, anger, bother, risk, throttle, irritant, chevvy, disorder, black death, fear, feelings, infuriate, community, affliction, torment, condition, madden, menace, complaint, increase, irritation.