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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fag.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as burned-out, 1.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted
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But it is also important in its relation to work, for without it body and mind become "fagged," people grow "stale" at their work, producing power and power of service are reduced.
So we learn Louis Theroux "fagged" for Lib Dem's great hope at Westminster School.
There was _no_ other monitor who did not try to be of some use to his fags; many of the monitors, by quiet kindnesses and useful hints, by judicious help and unselfish sympathy, were of most real service to the boys who nominally "fagged" for them, but who, in point of fact, were required to do nothing except taking an occasional message, seeing that the study fires did not go out, and carrying up the tea and breakfast for a week each, in order of rotation.
She might be keen on all that, but many women in their 60s may be thanking God that all that stuff is over, they need never be fagged with it again, and they certainly don't want to be glaring at Sigourney, or anyone else, being "sexually active" all over the big screen.
Remember to vote down and fagged all trolls today.
The dogs had been fagged out early in the afternoon, but they now began to show new vigor.
If he is right to challenge Herodotus on the colloquial "the wind grew fagged" or the inadequate "unpleasant end," the same bathos can be achieved by straying too far in the opposite direction, to "the wind grew enervated" or "calamitous termination," say.
The home page for myspace is all fagged out with How She Move goodness crap.
The next morning I woke up at oh eight oh oh hours, my brothers, and as I still felt shagged and fagged and fashed and bashed and my glazzies were stuck together real horrorshow with sleepglue, I thought I would not go to school.
"All right, all right," said the like tired and fagged-out Governor.