Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See jag, 3.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • verb See jag.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The song "Overkill" is a ridiculously powerful pop song, and this was a time for music when you had to be more than some jagg-off with a guitar or a keyboard.

    that's me in the corner

  • I have been on a Western Swing jagg for a while now, and have become addicted to it.

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  • I have been on a Western Swing jagg for a while now, and have become addicted to it.

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  • I have been on a Western Swing jagg for a while now, and have become addicted to it.

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  • But,” added he, at seeing the old woman’s uneasiness at his discourse, “affliction may gie him a jagg, and let the wind out o’ him, as out o’

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • ` ` affliction may gie him a jagg, and let the wind out o 'him, as out o' a cow that's eaten wet clover, and the lad may do weel, and be a burning and a shining light; and I trust it will be yours to see, and his to feel it, and that soon. ''

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • saada pyaar jagg ne hai paeran ch 'madoleya, sonay wali takri ch' hai menu toleya, [x2] ho jeundi firdi main kiven marjani, [x2]

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  • saada pyaar jagg ne hai paeran ch 'madoleya, sonay wali takri ch' hai menu toleya, [x2] ho jeundi firdi main kiven marjani, [x2]

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  • But, "added he, at seeing the old woman's uneasiness at his discourse," affliction may gie him a jagg, and let the wind out o 'him, as out o' a cow that's eaten wet clover, and the lad may do weel, and be a burning and a shining light; and I trust it will be yours to see, and his to feel it, and that soon. "

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian, Complete

  • But, "added he, at seeing the old woman's uneasiness at his discourse," affliction may gie him a jagg, and let the wind out o 'him, as out o' a cow that's eaten wet clover, and the lad may do weel, and be a burning and a shining light; and I trust it will be yours to see, and his to feel it, and that soon. "

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian, Volume 1

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