- n. Plural form of hag.
“Note 88: Belief in hags and bibes was real on the southern Avalon.”
“Probably the makers were anxious that their female protagonists not be thought of as fag hags, which isn't terribly aspirational.”
“To have the chance to run for office alongside men without being called hags or fools.”
“I remember once, in some village in southern Greece, he stuck his five-year-old head out of his father's — my uncle's — car, and, encouraged by his guffawing dad, shouted insults at elderly women, calling them "hags".”
“They were to the manner born, and minded no more the deep black ruts of the peat, which in the more easterly country are called "hags," than the open military road along which the carriage was bowling.”
“Old "hags," who had just clapped their hands at the slaughtering, stop the guards”
“In Yorkshire, according to Stukeley, they call snakes "hags" and "hag-worms," (Abury, p. 32.).”
“He also spent the party pointing out which girls were 'hags' (anyone with unfortunate physical attributes) and 'aunties' (anyone less than stylishly dressed) and which girls were”
“Mudpits are the perfect milieu for the nasty old hags who inhabit the repiggie cesspool.”
“Ah, the repiggie party, home to fat old men and anorexic old hags …”
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