How to use Wag in a sentence

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  • See sketch map in article WAG RAM.

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  • Cats don't wag their tail with the same energy as dogs.

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  • That would be to let the tail wag the dog.

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  • Jackals are readily tamed; and domesticated individuals are said, when called by their masters, to wag their tails, crouch and throw themselves on the ground, and otherwise behave in a dog-like fashion.

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  • How is it? said the man--a singer and a wag--whom Morel was embracing.

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  • He determines to rob them both (an operation which may be very satisfactorily expressed by - I); but, being a wag, he chooses his own way of doing it.

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  • To coin a well-used phrase, 'the tail should not wag the dog '.

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  • Mr Arabin's beard did not wag as it should have done.

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  • Let the dog wag the tail, for once !

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  • Tail wag - A cat has a difficult time catching the string that hovers nearby.

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  • A cat's tail movement is more genteel, and more like a wave than a wag.

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  • Many of the free downloadable virtual pets also wag their tails, like to play and need to eat.

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  • Your dress should be tasteful and elegant without causing tongues to wag.

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  • Taylor Momsen - The Gossip Girl star makes sure that tongues wag when she enters the room in outfits that are meant to flatter her figure, but fall far short.

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  • During this time, he'll develop a stronger sense of smell, as well as how to wag his tail, stand, bark and begin walking a few steps.

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  • Simply touch the training icon while your puppy is in this mood and say something like "wag" or "butt".

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  • Grab your dog's tail by touching it with the stylus and wag it back and forth.

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  • A local wag might even compose a poem or song about it, possibly comparing the enemy to a full moon.

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  • Boy, did the tongues wag!

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  • With a wag of their tail, they can make even a lousy day seem brighter.

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  • Geoff Mawby made up the frame with 9lb 10oz off peg 37 using the wag and mag.

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  • A last question - can the tail wag the dog?

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  • To coin a well-used phrase, 'the tail should not wag the dog ' .

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  • The old adage ' never let the tax tail wag the commercial dog ' is certainly worth bearing in mind.

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  • Once he had heard her tongue wag, she made sure of the result.

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  • William, in his turn, with an army wholly insufficient to meet the French in the open field, was able to persuade wag gi s h his countrymen to open the dikes and by flooding the land to prevent its occupation by the enemy.

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  • I love their affectionate ways and the eloquent wag of their tails.

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  • Nesvitski laughed and nudged the others to make them look at the wag.

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  • Mr Arabin 's beard did not wag as it should have done.

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  • And even if you do n't quite, a cheerful greeting and a wag of the tail will make sure you get on well.

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  • The New York Stock Exchange symbol is WAG.

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  • Heche left Another World in 1991 and launched a very successful film career that includes Wag the Dog, Six Days, Seven Nights and Donnie Brasco.

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  • Skeat suggests a possible connexion with Spanish rabo, tail, rabear, to wag the hind-quarters.

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  • Any time a female celebrity is viewed as attractive, tongues start to wag as to what her true weight is, natural hair color is, and if she's had any plastic surgery.

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