Definition of Dagging

1. Verb. (present participle of dag) ¹



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Definition of Dagging

1. dirty clotted wool on a sheep [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dagging

dagger fern
daggerboard
daggerboards
daggered
daggerless
daggerlike
daggerman
daggermen
daggerpoint
daggerpoints
daggers
daggier
daggiest
daggily
dagging (current term)
daggings
daggle
daggle-tail
daggled
daggles
daggling
daggy
daglock
daglocks
dagmars
dagnabbit
dagnabit
dagnammit
dagnasty

Literary usage of Dagging

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
"Iler dress is dagging in the mud." Dane, " red-headed Dane," a term of reproach. Dame ku, a jack snipe. RHB, through W. Noye. Daps, Dops, an image; ..."

2. The Parliamentary Debates: Official Report by Northern Ireland Parliament. House of Commons (1898)
"... the Minister said he was excused in that respect because he (Mr. Hutchison) had referred to him as having at one time been engaged in dagging sheep. ..."

3. Glossary of Words in Use in Cornwall by Margaret Ann Courtney, Thomas Quiller Couch (1880)
"That tree is dagging with fruit." " Her dress is dag- ging in the mud." Bane, " red-headed Dane," a term of reproach. Dame ku, a jack snipe. ..."

4. The Two Books of Homilies Appointed to be Read in Churches by Church of England, John Griffiths (1859)
"made by Andrew Oxf. 1798, where "dagging" is an old Horde, of Phisicke Doctor." The Dedi- won! for jagging or cutting into slips. cation bears the date of 3 ..."

5. A Middle-English Dictionary: Containing Words Used by English Writers from by Francis Henry Stratmann (1891)
"D. ARTH. 2102 ; dogged (pple.) Сн. С. т. /421. dagging, sb., act of slitting; dagging of sheres Сн. С. т. /418. [daggen, v., ? ..."

6. Randigal Rhymes and a Glossary of Cornish Words by Joseph Thomas (1895)
"A large quantity. " A brave daffer." Dafter, Douter. Daughter. Dag. A small hatchet. dagging. Anxious, longing to do something. " Bagging for a fight. ..."

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