verb (used with object), nagged, nag·ging.
verb (used without object), nagged, nag·ging.
Origin of nag1
Related formsun·nagged, adjective
Definition for nag (2 of 2)
Origin of nag2
Examples from the Web for nag
The poor ruffler was fallen into meditation, and noted not that his nag did no more than amble.The Tavern Knight|Rafael Sabatini
And often, in spite of the orders of Maitre Lucas, he would economize on the nag's food, only giving him half measure.Original Short Stories, Volume 12 (of 13)|Guy de Maupassant
They say she would fly up a chimney, and ride faster upon a broom-staff than another can upon the best Andalusian nag.Pablo de Segovia, the Spanish Sharper|Francisco de Quevedo
The nag would answer with a long affectionate whinny, and go on as before.Ditte: Girl Alive!|Martin Andersen Nexo
Clem had met her in Jackson with his nag, and she was riding, mountain-fashion, on a pillion behind him.The Code of the Mountains|Charles Neville Buck