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  • n. Plural form of gagster.


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  • Memo from PMO gagsters has bureaucrats rolling in the aisles

    Winnipeg Sun

  • In practice, the culture of secrecy subsequently encouraged by Harper and his gagsters simply meant more federal agencies ignoring the rules with impunity.

    Winnipeg Sun

  • You never going to hear "be careful and cross the street because there is Hasidic gagsters".

    The Brooklyn Paper: Full articles

  • During the distant 1950s, political opponents and gagsters frequently lampooned the 34th president's passion for golf.

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