Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of nag.

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Examples

  • However the book cover and the title nagged at my mind.

    “Sixty One Nails” by Mike Shevdon (Reviewed by Mihir Wanchoo)

  • That’s why his name nagged me every time I saw it mentioned in the paper.

    I. O. U.

  • That’s why his name nagged me every time I saw it mentioned in the paper.

    I. O. U.

  • That’s why his name nagged me every time I saw it mentioned in the paper.

    I. O. U.

  • That’s why his name nagged me every time I saw it mentioned in the paper.

    I. O. U.

  • He and I began exchanging hushed riddles and "I-give-ups" while a name nagged me: Tully Hewitt.

    Working Murder

  • Something about that phrase nagged Alberich as he fell into an uneasy sleep, but it wasnt until he woke the next morning that he realized where he had heard it last.

    Exile's Valor

  • Something about that phrase nagged Alberich as he fell into an uneasy sleep, but it wasnt until he woke the next morning that he realized where he had heard it last.

    Exile's Valor

  • Over the next decade the idea nagged at him, but he was unsure how to proceed.

    Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com

  • After his arrest, Rapoport told investigators he was tired of being "nagged" by the victim.

    Man Accused Of Beating Aunt To Death With Bat On Christmas

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