slang A student or employee who absents themself from school or work without permission; a truant. Primarily heard in UK, Australia, New Zealand. Police officers brought the two waggers back to school to face their headmaster. The politician admitted to being a habitual wagger during her time in secondary school.
rude slang A male exhibitionist who exposes his genitals to other people in public; a flasher. I heard that one of the teachers was arrested for being a weenie wagger. A: "You be careful when you're up in New York City, you hear? The place is crawling with junkies and weenie waggers!" B: "Chill out, Mom. You've been watching too much TV."
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See wand waver
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