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fag hag

offensive slang A woman who spends time with or has many gay male friends. The phrase is usually used in a derogatory way.
See also: fag, hag

fag someone out

Sl. to tire someone out. All that work really fagged me out. The hard climb fagged the hikers out.
See also: fag, out

fagged out

Sl. exhausted. I'm really fagged out after all that running. John, you sure look fagged out.
See also: fag, out

a fag hag

  (very informal!)
an impolite way of referring to a woman with a lot of male friends who are homosexual (= sexually attracted to other men)
Usage notes: 'Fag' is an offensive word for a homosexual man, and 'hag' is an offensive word for an old woman.
Have you been out clubbing with Mark and Jim again? You're turning into a real fag hag!
See also: fag, hag

the fag-end of something

  (British & Australian informal)
the last part of a period of time, usually the least interesting or least exciting part We went away at the fag-end of summer when all the shops and restaurants were starting to close.
See also: of

fag

(fæg)
1. n. a cigarette. Hey, pal, gimme a fag.
2. and faggot n. a homosexual. (Derogatory.) Who’s the fag with the fancy hat? Who’re you calling a faggot?
3. n. a repellent male. (Rude and derogatory.) You creepy fag. Stop it!

fag someone out

tv. to tire someone out. All that work really fagged me out.
See also: fag, out

fag-busting

and fag-bashing
n. doing violence to homosexuals. (Usually objectionable.) He was involved in a fag-busting incident that got him kicked out of school. What’s this strange need you have for fag-bashing? What’s your problem?

fag-bashing

verb

fagged out

mod. exhausted. I’m really fagged out after all that running.
See also: fag, out
References in classic literature ?
On the other hand, a man should be at his very best and keenest for such nice work as that, and I did not wish to do it when fagged by a long journey.
Why, maidy" (he frequently, with unconscious irony, gave her this pet name), "the prettiest milker I've got in my dairy; you mustn't get so fagged as this at the first breath of summer weather, or we shall be finely put to for want of 'ee by dog-days, shan't we, Mr Clare?
I was fagged out, and for the first time in years felt a question as to my ability to cope with an antagonist; but there was naught else for it than to engage my man, and that as quickly and ferociously as lay in me, for my only salvation was to rush him off his feet by the impetuosity of my attack--I could not hope to win a long-drawn-out battle.
You look rather fagged, and it's a goodish way to Ivy Lane," he said, by way of giving him an excuse not to go himself.
Presently Tarzan came up with the white man, who, almost fagged, was leaning against a tree wiping the perspiration from his forehead.
The strain was great enough when I had merely the work in the printing-office; but now I came home from my Blackstone mentally fagged, and I could not take up the authors whom at the bottom of my heart I loved so much better.