"nag at", "nag for" or "nag about"?

Prepositions after "nag"

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In 51% of cases nag at is used

It must not nag them as it nags at you.

And then something began to nag at me in the back of my mind.

If she is mad at you for something petty then she will likely be unable to hold out too long if you keep nagging at her and stay vigilant and cute.

It nags me to do the dishes, It nags at me to put clothes in the dryer, it nags at me to get the bills together and basically anything I tell it to nag at me about.

It nags me to do the dishes, It nags at me to put clothes in the dryer, it nags at me to get the bills together and basically anything I tell it to nag at me about.

In 14% of cases nag about is used

My mom is constantly nagging about my looks.

No kid wants to hear you nag about your terrible day at work and how you feel your husband/wife doesn't respect you.

At no time of the year is this more obvious than the all important Christmas build-up and as it's ' Cyber Monday ' we felt it appropriate to nag about it again.

In 11% of cases nag for is used

It was designed not to help parents cope with their children's nagging, but to help corporations formulate their ads and promotions so that children would nag for their products more effectively.

In 5% of cases nag by is used

Then he'd return home to be nagged by his mother to tidy his room.

In 5% of cases nag from is used

Some major brands still haven't grasped this, despite our constant nagging - and nagging from others too we would guess.

They didn? t have any family, and so any visitors were welcome; indeed, he considered they had been sent by God (with a little bit of nagging from his wife) to keep his company.

In 5% of cases nag in is used

She nagged in the house all day and if she met any resistance, banged the door on us and marched straight to Malate Church to confess.

In 3% of cases nag like is used

They had a game tomorrow, and God knew Vctor would nag like a fishwife if he didn't get a good night's sleep.

In 3% of cases nag on is used

In 3% of cases nag to is used