- riffraff; rabble.
- a tatter.
Origin of tagrag
Examples from the Web for tagrag
Historical Examples of tagrag
Now all that was left to the Liberal party was the tagrag and bobtail.
Queen was a first-rate merlin—sister of Jubilee, and also, though younger by a year, of Tagrag.The Art and Practice of Hawking
Edward B. Michell
To this Tagrag agreed, and promised to bring us acquainted with the very pink of the fashion; ay, and what's more, did.
Tagrag was in brass armor (my City connections got him that famous suit); his Excellency in polished steel.
He lives a strange life at Brighton, with tagrag and bobtail about him, and always open house.The Greville Memoirs
Charles C. F. Greville