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  • n. One who, or that which, wags.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To reel; stumble; stagger.


wag +‎ -er (Wiktionary)


  • As one who takes an express bus, the one thing that gripes my wagger are the dimwits who get on the express and then have a fit because the driver won't let them off at a non-express stop.

    Sound Politics: "Should the Handicapped Be Banned From Express Buses?"

  • But what really gripes my wagger are the worthless wanks who, having screamed for the heads of anyone classless enough to have said the same thing months ago, are suddenly all about the historical revisionism. "

    Canadian Cynic

  • Smarmy, two-faced finger-wagger Mike "Bad Penny" Pence sure didn't look too delighted as Obama took him apart like the Black Knight in Monty Python and the Holy Grail (t'was anything but a flesh-wound), using Pence's own economically-sub literate budget document for rhetorical toilet paper, and with the outhouse door wide open for all to see.

    How Much Longer Can the GOP Maintain Credibility When All They Say Is "No! No! No! No! No!"?

  • For years, Widdecombe's been widely viewed here as a noisy busybody, the sort of finger-wagger most liberals would seek to avoid.

    Brits Riveted By A Tory On The Dance Floor

  • Most days, my wagger dragged pretty low until I got a good look at her coming through the front door.

    Blood Lite II: Overbite

  • Lest you think I'm a finger-wagger, let me confess that until recently, mine was the sweetest tooth in the land.

    Is that right? HFCS is simply 'corn sugar'?

  • I wagger that it is some bland looking, no personality sit-behind-the-desk-all-day nerd that is pushing these type stories about Obama.

    CNN Poll: Obama losing support

  • In any other cycle of American history lying under oath while president, being disbarred for perjury, wagging fingers at the American people and ranting falsehoods would, if found out, cause the red faced wagger to resign his office of public trust and disappear in shame from the current scene.

    Michael Jones: Getting Away With It

  • Child prodigy Glenn Gould and his well-tempered tail-wagger

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • He's also a member of the men's ministry called Promise Keepers and was a major finger-wagger back in the battle of Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky days.

    CNN Transcript Jun 17, 2009


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