broch, brochion, brochod, daearfoch, daearfochyn, ddaearfoch, ddaearfochyn, froch, frochion, frochod, mroch, mrochion, mrochod, naearfoch, naearfochyn
- mochyn daearplagioblagiomoch daear
Noun(1) a native or resident of Wisconsin(2) sturdy carnivorous burrowing mammal with strong claws; widely distributed in the northern hemisphere
Verb(1) annoy persistently(2) persuade through constant efforts
(1) This is certainly the case with one of my favourite mammals - the badger .(2) They are carnivores like the stoat, weasel, otter and badger .(3) A badger 's coat looks grey, but the individual hairs are black and white.(4) The badger , by contrast, is of the weasel family Mustelidae, order Carnivora.(5) On the night of the shooting, Jaw had been badgering her about her past relationships and insisted on seeing copies of recent e-mails.(6) There is no mind-jarring pop music to shred your thoughts and, more importantly, no irksome rash of timeshare touts badgering you to buy a dream in the sun.(7) Is the News of the World suggesting that the BBC should have released his name sooner so that other journalists could start badgering him earlier over the affair?(8) He hated his mother for physically and mentally badgering him to fulfil her wishes.(9) Above all, though, I've constantly badgered my husband, friends and colleagues asking: ├ö├ç├┐What's the time?├ö├ç├û(10) He says he was only cajoled into being a public figure by his wife and son badgering him to avoid the silent comforts of the library.(11) Every Friday, the Boy tried to start his homework right when he got back, since the Twin always badgered him to, but it never worked.(12) Foxes, red squirrels, badgers , hares, otters, Scottish wild cats, seals and bottle-nose dolphins can be seen if you have the dedication to find them.(13) The friend that's always badgering you about why you're upset, the brother that wants an account of every boy his sister hangs out with.(14) My husband had been badgering me for months to tie up some savings in the bonds.(15) In their search for food, most of which is comprised of burrowing rodents, badgers tear up large areas of earth with powerful digging claws on their forefeet.(16) Not long after Thompson scored, O'Neill started badgering his team from the sideline, a process that never really relented until the end.
1. pester ::
2. harass ::
3. bother ::
4. plague ::
5. torment ::
6. hound ::
7. nag ::
8. harry ::
9. tease ::
10. go on at ::
mynd ymlaen ar
11. hassle ::
12. bug ::
13. get on someone's case ::
mynd ar achos rhywun
Different Formsbadger, badgered, badgering, badgers
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