• WordNet 3.6
    • n nagger someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n nagger One who nags; a scold; a tease.
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  • Jools Holland
    Jools Holland
    “Naggers always know what they are doing. They weigh up the risks, then they go on and on and on until they get what they want or until they get punched.”


In literature:

At least I know mother never would have it, and she was no nagger, either.
"The Harvester" by Gene Stratton Porter
Of these naggers the Swansons were perfect specimens.
"Babbitt" by Sinclair Lewis
I always said, you know, that you would have become a first-class nagger if you hadn't had such a keen sense of humor.
"Dawn O'Hara, The Girl Who Laughed" by Edna Ferber
All the hosses except your big Nagger are played out.
"Wildfire" by Zane Grey
Let it not be imagined that she scolded, or said small, mean things, or used any of the processes of the ordinary nagger.
"The Wolf's Long Howl" by Stanley Waterloo
I'll have no naggers, narr-narring all day long: I'll stand no fantigues.
"Krindlesyke" by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson
He is simply a nagger of men that has had his day.
"Short Sketches from Oldest America" by John Driggs
All the hosses except your big Nagger are played out.
"The Boy Scouts Book of Campfire Stories" by Various
If she is a "nagger" the reflection will appear in her face.
"The Colored Girl Beautiful" by E. Azalia Hackley
It was just plumb lonesomeness made her what she is: a nagger.
"The Sun Maid" by Evelyn Raymond

In poetry:

Then see him with the languor and forlorn in all his air,
A standing on the curbstone in a semi-vacant stare;
In pendulous vibrations 'twix the club-room and his wife,
This a solace, that a nagger, to his swiftly ebbing life.
"The Shady Side" by Samuel Alfred Beadle
Take him who grubs for fortune in a systematic way,
Till "biz" is rich in promise and responsive in its pay,
And faith ascends the zenith lit with hope, his lucky star,
And watch him when the nagger plies her repartees that bar.
"The Shady Side" by Samuel Alfred Beadle
With naggers, life is painful if they do not roar and snort
With frenzy and with fury, and the trespass of retort;
And club men are so constant in their social thought and air,
You just forget deception is the glory reigning there.
"The Shady Side" by Samuel Alfred Beadle
You may moralize and blame them, you may put them under ban,
And scourge them out of Eden, from Beersheba unto Dan;
But they'll fly the track at intervals and seek the Shady Side,
Though naggers all were angels and with deities allied.
"The Shady Side" by Samuel Alfred Beadle

In news:

The nagger doesn't want to nag , and the one being nagged doesn't want the nagging.