Other definitions for aggie (2 of 3)
an agriculture college.
a student at an agricultural college.
How to use aggie in a sentence
The book centers around five major players—Robles, Howard Brodie, aggie Kenny, Richard Tomilson and, of course, Williams.O.J., Martha, Jagger, and Manson: Capturing Celebrities in the Dock | Justin Jones | May 29, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Try to picture the governor twirling a towel at an aggie game.Turning Spotlight on Mitt Romney Siblings Could Help Humanize GOP Nominee | Michelle Cottle | May 30, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
His tiny Texas aggie brain froze when he tried to repeat his talking point about the three federal agencies he would close.Paul Begala: GOP Candidates Show Willful Blindness About Country’s Mood | Paul Begala | November 10, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
If they did, it would be the first signs of intelligent life from the underachieving aggie.
The two servant-girls, with Jean and her cousin aggie Wilson, ran at once into an inner room and shut the door.Hunted and Harried | R.M. Ballantyne
"Oh, they'll maybe put aggie Lowrieson on your side o' the table," he volunteered, glad that at last she had shown some feeling.The Underworld | James C. Welsh
He took up little aggie, who appeared to interest him, and abruptly observed: "Nanda isn't so pretty."
Many things have altered, goodness knows, since I was aggie's age, but nothing's so different as what you all do with your girls.
It was not, as you seem to remember, with the sight of Mr. Mitchett that the question of aggie's hand began to occupy me.