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  • v. Present participle of dag.

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Examples

  • 'dagging' 2000 lambs - it's a bit like a short, back and sides but not at the head end!

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  • I finished the dagges on the hood cape yesterday, including the waxing, and I finished pinking almost all the dagging for the liripipe, so there's some more waxing on today's agenda.

    Dag it, baby, one more time...

  • Actually, today Lyrebird was ravenous and wanted to be able to eat without worrying about delicate dagging and fragile lace.

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  • Disagree all you want but Obama's associations were not vetted by the mainstream media, and now his associations are dagging us down with their radical agenda.

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  • They earned it by putting in strainer posts, and shearing, and drenching, and dagging, and sewing up wool bales.

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