Wagging sentence example

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  • Jack sat beside it, wagging his tail.
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  • It would only cause him more trouble, both with the trip and wagging tongues.
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  • Looking more closely Pierre recognized the blue-gray dog, sitting beside the soldier, wagging its tail.
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  • My baby stirred within me today and were I not so bundled in winter garb the few times when I venture out, surely all the wagging tongues in town would know of my maternal state.
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  • wagging tail to the dog itself?
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  • Some dogs do this with great gusto, wagging their tail enthusiastically.
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  • wagging the dog here, he said.
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  • Good Dog: Good Dog is sure to tug at your heart strings as the Ridgeback here is sitting on his haunches, head cocked adorably to one side and of course, tail wagging a mile a minute!
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  • They'll greet you with wagging tails and cute, wet-nosed grins.
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  • Oh, that should squelch any wagging tongues.
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  • The Cocker is the smallest of the working spaniels, is a happy, enthusiastic companion whose tail never seems to stops wagging.
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  • A rather ungracious association as they ' seldome cease wagging ' .
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  • wagging finger: " One of you has taken a photo.
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  • wagging tongue will lead him into trouble with a capital ' T ' " .
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  • If the structures restrict the number of ordained people then we have to ask whether the denominational tail is n't wagging the gospel dog!
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  • The article continued " one day that wagging tongue will lead him into trouble with a capital ' T ' ".
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  • If the structures restrict the number of ordained people then we have to ask whether the denominational tail is n't wagging the gospel dog !
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  • There are many things to be considered besides the big loving eyes and the cute wagging tail.
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  • For example, if your dog is easily excitable, use that adjective on a page that shows him jumping, wagging his tail and running in circles.
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  • These black Gucci cotton-blended swim trunks will definitely have tongues wagging.
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  • The series follows Simmons -- the legendary, face-painted, blood spitting, tongue wagging hellion of the rock band KISS -- and his family, including his life partner, actress/model Shannon Tweed, and their kids, Nick and Sophie.
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  • By getting a running start, leaping and wagging his tail, Mario could fly for a short amount of time.
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  • American Idol is no stranger to controversy, or popularity, and the Kara DioGuardi bikini moment that hit the airwaves certainly kept tongues wagging.
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  • A rather ungracious association as they ' seldome cease wagging '.
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  • How long, I wonder, before Time Out ' s new online listings graduate from being a wagging tail to the dog itself?
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  • A guard approaches with wagging finger: One of you has taken a photo.
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  • Tories are the tail wagging the dog here, he said.
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  • The two have been spotted out at various Hollywood hotspots having lunch over the past few months, but what got tongues wagging was when Tila told the world that Meghan was her new girlfriend.
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  • If you find FIDO wagging his tail and really paying attention to you when you call him by a particular name, you know you've just hit gold.
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  • I called him, and to my delight he came running with his tags ringing in the wind, his tail wagging and his tongue hanging out.
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  • When you are looking at a dog, whether at a breeder's home or in a shelter, it can be easy to fall in love with the wagging tail, the soft eyes and the puppy cuteness.
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  • The excited butt wagging puppies do when they're ready to play can also be taught as a trick.
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  • Maybe you feel that for once, you'd like to be the girl that steals the spotlight, leaves tongues wagging and has the party clamoring for more.
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