Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of shag.
  • noun UK, vulgar, slang an act of sexual intercourse

Etymologies

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Examples

  • As would the very early Anita Blake books, or the Mercy Thompson book I just read, but the intention to feature romance/shagging is likely there, or proven to be there.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Apparently on Bank Holidays, the more secluded parts would be knee-deep in shagging Brummies.

    Pasty pirate

  • “Oh, so that’s what you call shagging kegs when members of your old unit come to town,” said Harvath.

    The Lions of Lucerne

  • My personal advice to any women in the audience - if you can't bear the idea of shagging or going out with this person, don't get them to do stuff for you.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • My personal advice to any women in the audience - if you can't bear the idea of shagging or going out with this person, don't get them to do stuff for you.

    FRIENDS - The One With The Hidden Agenda

  • He also recalls shagging batting practice balls with other players 'kids in the outfield.

    The Orange County Register - News Headlines : News

  • Well actually I think the idea behind "shagging" them is more that they are being sexually repressed through their religion.

    Pantsbomber psyche laid bare in messageboard archives (corrected) Boing Boing

  • Garypowell, if you talk of 'shagging' women ie doing something to themm rather than with them then I just wish the fuzz had left you to the tooled-up women.

    A Ministry For Men

  • The first person voted out, a Brazilian woman named Andy, had set a goal of "shagging" at least five of the roommates before she left.

    We are watching!

  • He wrote 'shagging' above the tip of the knob, and for a flourish, enclosed it in a bead shape so that it appeared to be part of the ejaculation.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

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