Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as staggarth.
  • noun A stag in his fourth year, and therefore not quite full grown.

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

  • noun (Zoöl.) The male red deer when four years old.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A male red deer when four years old.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

From stag.

Examples

  • I stayed out of that short range dangeer zone and tried to move him counter clockwise to stay away from his right (he had a big right) .. zapped him a couple good ones and he staggard.

    Test Your Reaction Time

  • I stayed out of that short range dangeer zone and tried to move him counter clockwise to stay away from his right (he had a big right) .. zapped him a couple good ones and he staggard.

    Test Your Reaction Time

  • Without a "staggard start" primary season, winning a party nomination would basically equate to whichever candidate is the best known nationally andhas the biggest financial load to blow.

    Kucinich out, Romney Wins, Paul beats thompson and Giuliani

  • It is not the sole answer to congestion - staggard school oping times, flexible working and better/cheaper public transport are all required but the concept has merit and should not be so readily dismissed.

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  • Once it was a wild sow which scuttled out of the bracken, with two young sounders at her heels, and once a lordly red staggard walked daintily out from among the tree trunks, and looked around him with the fearless gaze of one who lived under the King's own high protection.

    The White Company

  • Once it was a wild sow which scuttled out of the bracken, with two young sounders at her heels, and once a lordly red staggard walked daintily out from among the tree trunks, and looked around him with the fearless gaze of one who lived under the King's own high protection.

    The White Company

  • Once it was a wild sow which scuttled out of the bracken, with two young sounders at her heels, and once a lordly red staggard walked daintily out from among the tree trunks, and looked around him with the fearless gaze of one who lived under the King's own high protection.

    The White Company

  • Once it was a wild sow which scuttled out of the bracken, with two young sounders at her heels, and once a lordly red staggard walked daintily out from among the tree trunks, and looked around him with the fearless gaze of one who lived under the King's own high protection.

    The White Company

  • Once it was a wild sow which scuttled out of the bracken, with two young sounders at her heels, and once a lordly red staggard walked daintily out from among the tree trunks, and looked around him with the fearless gaze of one who lived under the King's own high protection.

    The White Company

  • Persons fond of hunting have invented peculiar terms by which the objects of their pursuit are characterized: thus the stag is called, the first year, a calf, or hind-calf; the second, a knobber; the third, a brock; the fourth, a staggard; the fifth, a stag; and the sixth, a hart.

    The Book of Household Management

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