Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wag.(verb)
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Use "wags" in a sentence
"As one of the Algonquin wags might put it when too drunk for fresher bon mots, the dame was STACKED."
"If the media won’t ask the tough questions and find the truth regarding such a simple, straightforward demonstration of a candidate not telling the truth, it is clear when McCain wags the dog in the future, they will drop the ball again."
"Weekly magazines feature photos of American celebrities and "wags," the British shorthand for "wives and girlfriends" of local soccer stars, who make headlines for their outrageous clothing and shopping sprees."