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Definition of "seg" [seg]

  • A man; warrior; hero. (noun)
  • A man; fellow. (noun)
  • A castrated bull. (noun)
  • (uncountable) Segregation (noun)
  • A metal stud or plate fixed to the sole or heel of a shoe to prevent excessive wear. Also known as a blakey. (noun)

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Use "seg" in a sentence
  • "I suspect this seg will be available soon and some blog will post it."
  • "Politely racist Democrats who used the "seg" issue to stir up votes in their column."
  • "Lott, in their view, had come across as too much of a "seg," an embarrassment in a party eager to sell itself as a Big Tent of "compassionate conservatism.""