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vag

/ væɡ /

noun

  1. a vagrant
  2. the vag
    the vag the Vagrancy Act

    the police finally got him on the vag



verb

  1. tr to arrest (someone) for vagrancy

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Example Sentences

Even though she wrote the lyrics for “My Vag” a few years ago, she released a music video for it just late last year.

Another explains she won't show her "vag," but could be charmed "into my undies" should a player win a game.

The vag let his head fall so that his eyes rested upon the ground.

Sva er sagt, at kringla heimsins, s er mannflkit byggir, er mjk vag-skorin: gnga hf str r tsjnum inn jordina.

"That ain't just how we handle vag suicides, but we'll let 'er go this time," he commented.

Faix, but had Oona been tuck away tonight wid that vag o' the world, it's not laughin' you'd be.

The professional vag is a low down fellow who has few redeeming qualities.

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