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Definition of "nags" []

  • To scold or annoy constantly (verb)
  • To be a constant source of discomfort or worry (to) (verb)
  • A person, esp a woman, who nags (noun)
  • Plural form of nag. (noun)

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Use "nags" in a sentence
  • "Use the word "nags" at 1 across and the word "newt" at 1 down."
  • "The title nags at me the same way Google does – moral and righteous overtones applied to a company that seems to me to be remarkably amoral I’m not not saying immoral."
  • "In this light, even the discussion about successors to Heinlein nags at me, because I see it, perhaps unfairly, as another aspect of trying to come up with easy categorization in a field where such categorization is anything but easy and where labels create false expectation after false expectation."