- stag + -ette, from stag night. (Wiktionary)
“Me: "This is like the worst stagette you've ever seen.”
“I think it was supposed to be the cake for the stagette!”
“Although the first stagette was a camping weekend so that was really low key and fun.”
“I'd wanted to do that for my stagette ever since organising a friend's a few years earlier, we just had sooooo much fun.”
“Does the idea of even throwing the words “etiquette” and “stag or stagette party” in the same sentence strike you as oxymoronic?”
“It was supposed to be for a girls night out stagette --- though not really a stagette ... anyway.”
“A great story from Accordion Guy's archive is that of the time he played a stagette.”
“BUT: wanna come over and do crafts tonight? and dude, you are TOTALLY welcome to come to the stagette on saturday if you need a girls night out!”
“It's one of those rare rooms that strikes a comfortable balance, making it suitable not just for families, but also for large groups, casual dates and tiara-wearing stagette parties like the one that rolled in the night we were there.”
“Other international equivalents include the French "enterrement de vie de jeune fille" and the Canadian stagette.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘stagette’.
these came into effect from 2011
Words known to Canadians. These may not be understood by other North Americans, eh?
21st century coinage. Any strange words you`ve seen on TV or heard from irritating young people.
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