Origin of aggie1
Definition for aggie (2 of 3)
noun (sometimes initial capital letter) Informal.
Definition for aggie (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for aggie
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|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|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|DAILY BEAST
If they did, it would be the first signs of intelligent life from the underachieving Aggie.
"You come straight home with me, Aggie Pilkington," I said sternly.
Discovering that it was merely Jimmy "on the wire," Zoie's uneasiness abated, but Aggie's anxiety was visibly increasing.Baby Mine|Margaret Mayo
I saved just what Aggie told me to, and threw away everything else.The Corner House Girls Among the Gypsies|Grace Brooks Hill
On her third cake, however, Aggie luckily turned blue round the mouth and had to go and lie down.
At five o'clock he was back and he was very pale and wore what Aggie considered a haunted207 look.More Tish|Mary Roberts Rinehart