verb (used with object), jagged, jag·ging.
verb (used without object), jagged, jag·ging.
Origin of jag1
Related formsjag·less, adjective
Definition for jag (2 of 3)
Origin of jag2
Definition for jag (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for jag
He returned to TV in Chicago Hope, before landing NCIS, a spinoff from JAG in 2003, playing Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs.
So the night drew itself out, and the pine-tops began to jag the horizon before I ceased to read.The Great Lone Land|W. F. Butler
One day I had a jag of hay to get in; and, as the boys were away, I thought I'd have him load it.The Man Who Stole A Meeting-House|J. T. Trowbridge
Oh, yes, the man with a jag can hold on to the fence, but he can't hold on to his reputation.The Silly Syclopedia|Noah Lott
British Dictionary definitions for jag (1 of 4)
verb jags, jagging or jagged
Word Origin for jag
British Dictionary definitions for jag (2 of 4)
- intoxication from drugs or alcohol
- a bout of drinking or drug taking