niggling : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v worry unnecessarily or excessively
- v argue over petty things
- s (informal) small and of little importance
a dispute over niggling details
- COMMONWEALTH (British Commonwealth of Nations) The House of Commons passed the week in niggling without result over a profusion of theoretical issues such as, for.
- Able to look commanding and presidential even as she fielded niggling, hoary questions that bordered on the absurd.
- Although there is relief that Belgium finally has a government, there is a niggling fear that this particular Christmas present will not keep the country's factions satisfied for .
News & Articles
- With The ASUS G750JX, Is The Hunt For The Perfect Gaming Laptop Finally Over?
There is one common, unfortunate theme when it comes to laptops -- something I've dubbed "almost perfect" syndrome. Whether it's genius design marred by a sub-par display or a powerful desktop replacement dragged down by unappealing aesthetics, that one niggling problem consistently rears its ugly head. When it comes to gaming notebooks, consumers are always saddled with a compromise. But the ...
July 22, 2013 - Forbes
- Graeme Smith in Sportinglife.com
Smith said: "I've had a bit of a back problem. I picked it up during the game at Worcester and it has been niggling me a bit. I don't know if I got it when batting during the first innings at New Road but it was just something I felt one morning...
- Arjuna Ranatunga in Mail & Guardian Online
I feel he made the decision at the right time,Ranatunga said in Colombo. "He has been struggling over the past few months with niggling injuries. I am glad he is going now. Better go when the public ask why, rather than why not. It's a...