noun, plural wag·ger·ies.
- wages council,
- wages of sin, the,
- wagga wagga,
- waggle dance,
Origin of waggery
Examples from the Web for waggery
But it was wagging very gently, and its waggery was addressed to one of the best girls in school.
Our Moses beats the Vicar's hollow in waggery, so we are proud of him.
He went back into the house where he cheered Jack by his waggery for some time.The Boy Patrol on Guard|Edward S. Ellis
His self-esteem was hurt at the child not relishing his waggery.A Book of Ghosts|Sabine Baring-Gould
Yet a moment's consideration convinced me, that his behaviour either proceeded from waggery or mistake.Discipline|Mary Brunton