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nag·ger /ˈnægər/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[nag-er] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
nag1 (def. 5).
[Origin: 1880–85; nag1 + -er1]
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nag 1 (nāg) Pronunciation Key
v. nagged, nag·ging, nags
1. To annoy by constant scolding, complaining, or urging.
2. To torment persistently, as with anxiety or pain.
1. To scold, complain, or find fault constantly: nagging at the children.
2. To be a constant source of anxiety or annoyance: The half-remembered quotation nagged at my mind.
n. One who nags.
[Probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse gnaga, to bite, gnaw.]
nag'ger n., nag'ging·ly adv.
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someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault [syn: scold]
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