- n. Plural form of wagger.
“So far, though, all we've heard from them and the other finger-waggers is silence.”
“Industry tongue waggers are in hyper mode spreading the other news that Kyle Martin, new prez of Belmore, is a bachelor no more.”
“I was tempted to watch the tongue-waggers this morning but just couldn't bring myself to do it.”
“Right now the naysayers and tongue waggers and gossipmongers are left to whine and disparage to raise doubts and circulate rumors and innuendos that will diminish their credibility such that no one will pay heed to their negativity in the future.”
“Craig's choice of locale puts him in the same category as weeny-waggers.”
“Most important, I'm willing to bet these sanctimonious finger waggers have never experienced the sublime rapture of a mouth watering popsicle, made from frozen seal tears.”
“So maybe let the Politico scenario unfold through the Sunday morning tongue-waggers, then drop the Hillary bomb on Monday?”
“I hardly ever suffer the Sunday-morning tongue-waggers, but I may watch tomorrow.”
“Character Counts" billboards dotted the landscape, and a lot of jowly finger-waggers like William Bennett and Pat Buchanan made a pile of money writing pious tomes about virtue and how much better they were than all those hillbillies that had taken over the West Wing.”
“Like pushing a wet rope uphill or trying to teach a pig to sing, the waggers want Obama to flit away his resolve on oppositional resistance to whatever potential solutions he may have for the problems we face.”
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