Definition of "cag" [cag]

  • Keg (noun)
  • Cagoule (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cag" in a sentence
  • "The charmingly titled cagómetro - Barcelona's very own crapping-yourself-ometre, measuring Catalan fear by the crapahertz - was flickering into life."
  • "Her little all was indeed little, - a few chickens, some "spun-truck," a sheep that she had nursed from an orphaned lamb, a "cag" of apple-vinegar, and a bag of dried fruit, - but it had its value to the mountain lawyer; and when he realized that this was indeed "all" he drew the petition in consideration thereof, and appended the affidavits of Jubal Tynes and Dr. Patton."
  • "So we were ready and thankfully the "USS Ronald Reagan" was able to close the distance and the cag 14 guys responded."