verb (used with or without object), shagged, shag·ging.
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Origin of shag1
OTHER WORDS FROM shagshag·like, adjective
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Definition for shag (2 of 4)
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Definition for shag (3 of 4)
verb (used without object), shagged, shag·ging.
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Definition for shag (4 of 4)
verb (used with object), shagged, shag·ging.
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Example sentences from the Web for shag
Amid all the din we landed from a yawl and began our climb toward the top of Shag Rock, the outermost of the three.Summer|Dallas Lore Sharp
Like trained soldiers the Buffalo crescent swung as the Wolves swung, Shag always a little in front.
Shag said nothing; he was angry at the selfish heartlessness of the other Outcast.
Shag is not going, I see; so you are only going to loiter about in an aimless manner, and I should certainly be bored.Morag|Janet Milne Rae
A'tim circled wide, and, when he considered it safe, fell into Shag's trail and followed on.