the scourge of mass unemployment
Begone, or shall I be required to chastise you with the whip and the scourge once more?
He was largely responsible for the purging of the Moscow region and in 1938 and was transferred to the Ukraine to scourge the party there.
political methods used to scourge and oppress workers
Rabbits are considered pests, being a scourge on crops and the natural environment.
Like every city, Sheffield suffers from the scourge of nuisance neighbours, but has taken a leading role in trying to address the problem.
He continued to scourge the defence with two more fine points from play, although there was an element of doubt about the first one.
He continued to scourge me even after I had collapsed onto the pier.
If we raise this money now, we will be preventing future generations from suffering this age-old scourge .
Zambia has been suffering from the scourge of fuel smuggling across borders because of its central location, the Energy Regulations Board has said.