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cag

noun
  1. mountaineering short for cagoule
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  • He splashed some on the man's face, and while Cag moaned and came to, Tom drank his fill.

    Sabotage in Space

    Carey Rockwell

  • And with that he pulled his legal permit out of his pocket and laid it on the cag.

  • For envy fastens most of all on those, Who, rising on their own strong wings, escape The bars wherein the vulgar crowd is cag'd.

    The Basis of Morality

    Arthur Schopenhauer

  • He remembered the two men, Cag and Monty, and grimly vowed to repay them if he ever met them again.

    Sabotage in Space

    Carey Rockwell

  • In reply, Cag suddenly swerved the big truck to one side of the road, hoping to throw Tom out of the open door.

    Sabotage in Space

    Carey Rockwell