Mags [noun]

Definition of Mags:

regular publication

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Sentence/Example of Mags:

She would buy so and so many yards of percale for new shirt waists for the boys and Janie and Mag.

When Sanny Robertson came home that afternoon, he found Mag with swollen lips and half closed eyes and a face bruised all over.

Mag ay cried that it was best to mak' a splash aboot the things you did; but, by sirs, she has made yin this time.

Black Jock saw Mag Robertson's eyes staring at him, as he hurried over the moor.

Mu ra ka mag napildi sa sugal, You look as if you lost in gambling.

Ang mag-una mauy mupikat sa mga tag-as sagbut, The one in front has to push the tall grass to the sides.

And in a letter, discussing this very subject, in the Gentleman's Mag.

You know well enough what a—a—lie, if I must say it, you told me about Mag's havin' a beau at Larne, and she says she didn't.

Girls like us don't git no money afther they are married, and it's best to lay by enough to git a shawl beforehand now, Mag.

This provides an automatic advance as soon as the switch is thrown to the magneto position “MAG.”