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gagger

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[ gag-er ]
/ ˈgæg ər /
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noun

a person or thing that gags.
an L-shaped rod for reinforcing sand in a foundry mold.

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Origin of gagger

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First recorded in 1855–60; gag1 + -er1

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Definition for gagger (2 of 2)

gagger2
[ gag-er ]
/ ˈgæg ər /

noun

a person who writes or tells gags; gagman.

Origin of gagger

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First recorded in 1775–85; gag2 + -er1
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Example sentences from the Web for gagger

  • And everything I possess in this world, from my bonnet and striped silk dress to Father's deeds at the mercy of that gagger.

British Dictionary definitions for gagger

gagger
/ (ˈɡæɡə) /

noun

a person or thing that gags
a wedge for a core in a casting mould
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