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- v. Present participle of knag.
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In this occupation they surpass even the notable English housekeeper of the middle orders of society — the latter being confined to “knagging” at her slavey, whereas the Arab lady is allowed an unbounded extent of vocabulary.
They are a couple of the most cantankerous fellows I ever came across; never done knagging, swearing, grunting, and bellowing.
And so, he continually knagging at me and I at him, we came as far as the court-yard, when I said to him that, being in the temper he was in, he would do me the pleasure of not coming to see me.