[ shagd ]
/ ʃægd /
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Informal. weary; exhausted (usually followed by out): They were completely shagged out from the long trip.
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Origin of shagged
First recorded in 1930–35; origin uncertain
Words nearby shagged
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Example sentences from the Web for shagged
Jeff was a baseball player, so Bill set up batting cages and shagged balls for years.Maryland’s Brenda Frese has been coaching with a heavy heart as her dad battles cancer|Kareem Copeland|March 26, 2021|Washington Post