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Related to wagger: by way of, at least, called off

wand waver

and wagger
an exhibitionist. The cops picked up a wand waver on Main Street.
See also: wand, waver

wagger

verb
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THE telegram lads who worked delivering telegrams were called waggers by the senior postmen, sorting office staff and supervisors," says reader Neil Crawford, now living in Ingleby Barwick.
Myers JL, Wagger MG (1996) Runoff and sediment loss from three tillage systems under simulated rainfall.
You can do very little about it, but I have seen decoy movement, such as that created by a Tail Wagger ($49.
The event will feature events for dogs and dog owners alike, including awards for best costume, Frisbee chase, ball chase, fastest tail wagger, etc.
Myers JL, Wagger MG, Leidy RB (1995) Chemical movement in relation to tillage system and simulated rainfall intensity.
Currently in several states the Tail Wagger is illegal because they are considered a mechanical lure.
Dennis Harris, Mavis Millerchip, Wagger Millerchip and Mick Arnold was Bermuda's winning line-up in their old game
Competitions include the best tail wagger and the dog most like its owner.
Tail Waggers Salon & Boutique is an exceptional shop with a large variety of goods and services--from grooming to toys and treats.
However, its standout feature is Waggers, described by IHG as a "hotel dog who will greet you after a hard day in the office".