Gagging for something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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be gagging for (something)
To have a strong desire for something, especially a beverage of some kind. Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. Good lord, I am gagging for a cup of tea.
be gagging for something BRITISH, INFORMAL
COMMON If someone is gagging for something, they want it very much. I arrived there late, hungry and gagging for a drink.
References in periodicals archive
Ooh, and if you're gagging for something
to look forward to in your crisp new 2016 diary, you could do worse that put in the Beamish Hall Winter Real Ale Festival on January 22 and 23.
"People are gagging for something
fresh in Liverpool now.
But her dry delivery was enough to have viewers gagging for something
fluffy like Coronation Street.