Antonyms for shags

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Shags, who had been lying silently at her feet, accompanied her.

In the first family come the well-known Cormorants or Shags, birds found in almost every country in the world.

But our business is with the Shags, which are now seen writhing their long necks as they gaze upon us.

Muriel was quickly in the lead, Shags bounding at her heels, and the lad a close third.

If Muriel tiptoed as she went down the curving flight of steps to the kitchen, so too did Shags.

Gene dearly loved dogs and Shags had instinctively recognized in him a friend, but not so Rilla.

Running races with Shags and rowing had been the only two outdoor sports Muriel had known.

Shags breed here in vast numbers; and we carried on board not a few, as they are very good eating.