gagger


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gagger

n. an obnoxious person or thing. (Something that make one want to gag.) Her fit is a gagger!
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There is a need for the development of an international online programme for accredation of potential refrees (Benos, Bashari, Chaves, Gagger, Kapoor, LaFrance, et al.
After a fast start, the Paul Hennessy-trained tracker coasted to a five-length success over Silver Gagger in 30.
The gagger gave me a shot and hopefully I have done enough to give him a problem.
The single most exciting time to hunt a bedding area, and perhaps the best time to anchor a gagger buck in one, is during the rut.
Next thing I knew, a gagger was heading for me on a beeline.
There was also a shock in the second heat where Silver Gagger recorded the fastest time of the round with a 30.