nagger

[ nag-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF nagger

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NAGGER

And it was proof of Nagger's quality that he did not have to veer from the stallion's course.

Nagger snorted his perception of water, and the mustang whistled.

He had to hold to Nagger to keep from being swept downstream.

He was hot and Nagger was hot, and that made hard work easier.

He looked only down at his feet and listened to Nagger's steps.

Nagger appreciated this and heaved gratefully at every halt.

He stepped out upon that with far less confidence than Nagger.

The way Nagger trembled in every muscle showed his feelings.

Slone kept as close to Nagger as possible, helping him whenever he could do it.

So, dismounting, Slone took Nagger's bridle and started down.

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