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1. slang Exhausted or fatigued. I was really shagged out after that long hike. I was too shagged out after that long week of work to drive all the way to New York to see my grandparents, so I bit the bullet and bought a plane ticket instead.
2. slang Having grown a distaste for or disinterest in something due to an overabundance of or overexposure to it. I tell you, after working in a retail store with the radio pumping all day, every day, I got really shagged out on mainstream pop music. The film's biting satire and black humor is a perfect remedy for anyone feeling shagged out on schmaltzy Christmas movies.
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Sl. exhausted. What a day! I'm shagged out! You guys look sort of shagged out.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
mod. exhausted. What a day! I’m shagged out!
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