- v. Simple past tense and past participle of blag.
“But, now that Brooksy's are cool, I am worried it may get "blagged".”
“Mike, I completely disagree with those who have told you that you should have 'blagged' it or answered another question which you liked better.”
“The £13 tube of cream to put onto the wound was then charged to the hapless owner's account - and the nurse bragged that she had, 'blagged' her way out of a tight corner.”
“The allegations that confidential databases had been 'blagged' referred to an even earlier time, Davies told Journalism. co.uk.”
“On a trip to Italy, rotund Penfold 'blagged' his way onto Mirabella, the largest single masted yacht in the world, and conned a crew member into giving him £7,501.”
“John had a mate who did something with computers, and as a fan of the site well, more accurately, a fan of the free tickets we'd blagged him to see Kings of Leon in May, he'd agreed to host our site on his boxes.”
“Too late, I realised while visiting my editor at HarperCollins, that they are also the UK publisher for Cory, and I could have blagged myself a free copy from their acres of stock.”
“We had blagged some free pancakes at the famous Maryjane's (tinyurl.com/6yb4gdv) at our hotel, so splashed out on a $13 taxi ride to uptown district Hillcrest, a largely gay, transgender and fabulous community, with quirky vintage, independent and hip stores such as Luigi Vera on 5th, and some of the best restaurants in town, including the Tractor Room (+1 619 543 1007, thetractorroom.com) and Extraordinary Desserts (extraordinarydesserts.com).”
“Moffat blagged that the TARDIS had to stay put during tGitF because they were part of events.”
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