verb (used with object), nagged, nag·ging.
verb (used without object), nagged, nag·ging.
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OTHER WORDS FROM nagun·nagged, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for nag
The voice in our heads goes from an ally to a vicious nag, just looping uselessly over the same things, again and again and again.
They never make any demands; they never nag; they keep everything operating on a level of fantasy.
When a man's in clink, his nag gets nothing but mild exercise till his rightful rider gets out.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
"That old nag won't forget the lesson the young marquis gave him for some time, I'll be bound," remarked one lounger.
And we sophs really shouldn't nag you freshies, you know, for we must pull together against the seniors and juniors.Ruth Fielding At College|Alice B. Emerson
Iprubar lang nag haum ug masúd ba, Try putting it in and see if it fits.
Prubisyunali lang nag atup myintras tantu, Just put up temporary roofing for the time being.