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  • noun Plural form of dag.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dag.


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  • While his pistols were no more than the customary horn-handled "dags" worn by most of the men, both broadsword and claymore were something special.

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  • In Australia and possibly New Zealand they're known as "dags", which led to the Australian expression "rattle your dags" for "hurry up".

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  • A more disagreeable dish I have never tasted since the days when I used to do Willie Evans's "dags," by walking twice through a sewer, and was subsequently, on returning home, promptly put to bed, and made to eat brimstone and treacle.

    Diary of a Pilgrimage

  • I should feel no desire, so I was assured, to do another angel's "dags" by sliding down the heavenly banisters.

    Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

  • So, like, maybe it might have been at home at the end of that movie Snatch, in which Brad Pitt talked about “liking dags.”

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  • It was Rupert's decision that swayed the others; I could still see-with a feeling of grim satisfaction-the look on Dougal's face when his squat, black-bearded lieutenant eyed me speculatively, then patted the dags at his belt and said, "Aye, lass, why not?"

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  • En timme senare är det lounge-dags och de såta vännerna samlas i soffan för att avnjuta ett spirituellt samtal.

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  • How is it that you find people that have the same diverse interests as you…I find tin type/ dags so polar opposite to Sock Monkeys, yet you find the one other person on the planet that also collects/makes them both.

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  • With which quip against the Anabaptists of his day, Fuller ends his story; and I leave him to set forth how Amyas, in fear of these same Scythians and heathens, rode out of Plymouth on a right good horse, in his full suit of armor, carrying lance and sword, and over and above two great dags, or horse-pistols; and behind him

    Westward Ho!

  • Bromine-sensitized and Mercury-developed daguerreotypes have relatively compared to Becquerel-processed dags fast exposure times; the sitting might be anywhere from 10-60 seconds depending on the lighting conditions.

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