Definitions

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  • A wild-assed guess; a rough estimate.
  • One of the ‘wives and girlfriends’ of sports stars or other celebrities, originally and especially of association football players.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A fair question given that WAG is planning to raid its reserves.

    Welsh Nationalisation

  • By failing to act, WAG is destroying the ability of Wales to develop smart knowledge based businesses.

    The challenge for Plaid Cymru

  • I doubt very much that WAG is legally able to do all the things you'd like it to do.

    Wales says Yes?

  • Meanwhile the stats clearly show that the WAG is ignoring the issue.

    Devolution and the left

  • You would have a serious point if WAG is directly too many resources to protecting IP output.

    Devolution and the left

  • I admit to supporting a No campaign, the WAG is not working, for many reasons including Westminster.

    Wales says Yes?

  • While she cringes at the word WAG, the psychology major dates Carlton player Brad Fisher.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • There is also the nature of the sport itself which gives rise to the sexist term WAG, creatures dismissed as little else but consorts, deriving their importance from the men, hiding behind huge sunglasses, unsure of their shelf life, and the target of endless rotating lists which begin

    SoccerBlog.com

  • I wrote a few years ago that "Sex work is a symptom of the glorious moral decline that sees" news "channels breaking with pictures of Britney's vagina, young kids in the playground swapping tips on deep throat, girls deciding being a WAG is a valid career option."

    Ruth Fowler: Rima, Carrie and Donald: Feminist Liberators

  • I wrote a few years ago that "Sex work is a symptom of the glorious moral decline that sees "news" channels breaking with pictures of Britney's vagina, young kids in the playground swapping tips on deep throat, girls deciding being a WAG is a valid career option."

    Ruth Fowler: Rima, Carrie and Donald: Feminist Liberators

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