shagger

shagger
Australian Slang
1. person noted for their sexual prowess;
2. any stupid or annoying person

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • shag — Ⅰ. shag [1] ► NOUN 1) a carpet or rug with a long, rough pile. 2) (before another noun ) (of pile) long and rough. 3) a thick, tangled hairstyle. 4) coarse cut tobacco. ORIGIN Old English. Ⅱ …   English terms dictionary

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