Nag [verb]

Definition of Nag:

harass, bother

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Opposite/Antonyms of Nag:

Sentence/Example of Nag:

Just the nag I want, Mr. Whittlesey; only I've no ready cash to pay for him.

If I tell you what I want to, will you promise not to pitch into me, and not to nag and poke fun?

I says, 'anything from plowing to threshing and nicking a nag's tail,' I says.

The poor ruffler was fallen into meditation, and noted not that his nag did no more than amble.

I heard that you were last seen eloping with Tim and my nag Bill.

But Lady Mountfencer's nag was fast too, was fast and had a will of his own.

With this, he unhooked his nag from the wall, and clattered off to the "Packhorse."

But it will nag at them because they know this effect can't possibly exist.

Yes, an' or mighty likely nag it wuz, too, which he called Jim.

Pierre, are you going to nag me about a little thing like that?