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wagPart of speech: Verb Part of speech: Verb Part of speech: Noun Part of speech: Past tense
Wagged.Part of speech: Past participle Usage examples "wag":
- There was then residing here a young man, a carpenter by trade and a great wag, rejoicing in the name America Jones. - "The History of Peru", Henry S. Beebe.
- Immediately she began to wag her tail, and, feeling herself taken in, adopted, she began to run along ahead of her new master. - "Original Short Stories, Volume 12 (of 13)", Guy de Maupassant Last Updated: February 13, 2009.
- She started and listened, with the colour coming and going in her cheeks, when the scratching was repeated, and on her opening the door Joby trotted in, looked at her, gave his tail a wag to the right and a wag to the left. - "Lady Maude's Mania", George Manville Fenn.