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nag in Horses topic

nagnag2 noun [countable] informal πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 COMPLAINa person who keeps complaining or asking someone to do something, in an annoying way πŸ”Š Don’t be such a nag!2 HBADSH old-fashioned a horse, especially one that is old or in bad condition
Examples from the Corpus
nagβ€’ I don't want to be a nag but do you have that ten bucks you owe me?β€’ Now comes a nag to keep it safe.β€’ Imperious, you mount a nag of thirty hands and trample me into the ground.β€’ For the next race he suggested a nag called My Delight.β€’ I don't know how you put up with Claire's constant nagging.β€’ Blast Tom and blast all his nags.β€’ I do know she was the subtlest of nags.β€’ Two old nags dragged a cart filled with hay.β€’ Sammy bounded on ahead and gave a loud bark at the nag.β€’ So vivid was his description that I suggested the only kindness would be to put the nag down before the race.β€’ On Saturday, he planned a rally amongst the party faithful in his constituency to wave the nag.