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slang A derogatory phrase for a spiteful, unpleasant, or ill-natured girl or woman. Primarily heard in Ireland. A: "She spent the whole date saying nasty things about her co-workers and complaining about the food." B: "She sounds like a bit of a wagon." That girl over there has been bossing around the other kids at the playground all morning, then threw a tantrum the moment one of them told her to leave them alone. What a little wagon!
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n. the police wagon. I called the wagon. It’ll come and get these two thugs in about fifteen minutes.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
- (as) cold as a wagon tire
- a whole team and the dog under the wagon
- be (as) cold as a wagon tire
- be off the wagon
- be on the wagon
- be/go on the wagon
- bean wagon
- circle the wagons
- circle the wagons!
- climb on the bandwagon
- draggin' wagon
- fall off the wagon
- fix (someone's) wagon
- fix someone's wagon
- fix wagon
- get on the bandwagon
- hitch (one's) wagon to (someone or something)
- hitch (one's) wagon to a star
- hitch one's wagon to a star
- hitch one's wagon to a star, to
- Hitch your wagon to a star
- hitch your wagon to someone/something
- honey wagon
- hop on the bandwagon
- meat wagon
- monkey wagon
- off the wagon
- on the wagon
- on the wagon, to be
- paddy wagon
- pull (one's) own (little red) wagon
- the wheels came off the wagon
- the wheels fell off the wagon
- the whole team and the dog under the wagon