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Correct spellings for NAGGS

  • angus
  • eggs But I've been sniffin' too many eggs Talkin' to too many people Drinkin' too many kegs Please, Missus Henry, Missus Henry, please! – PLEASE, MRS. HENRY by Bob Dylan
  • haggis
  • lagos To his naval training-station at Sagres and the neighboring port of Lagos , Prince Henry attracted the most skillful Italian navigators and the most learned geographers of the day.
  • magus Where coloured mushrooms thickly grow, Like flowers of brittle stalk, To haunted Magus Muir I go, By Lady Catherine's Walk.
  • nag Soen jou nek elke nag Ons soen so sag – Hier Naby Jou by Nicholis Louw
  • nagger If she is a "nagger" the reflection will appear in her face.
  • names Tonight the world will fear our names Tonight in flames, stay my feeble heart Our deaths will be the start of something glorious and vain Tonight in flames – Tonight In Flames by cradle of filth
  • tagus For many weeks he had clung to the hope that Napoleon would spare him; and though he accepted a convention with England, whereby he gained the convoy of our men-of-war across the Atlantic and the promise of aggrandizement in South America, he still continued to temporize, and that too, when a British fleet was at hand in the Tagus strong enough to thwart the designs of the Russian squadron there present to prevent his departure.
  • wages
  • Dagos "Oh, that's just a couple of dagos doing a job for me," Norris answered.
  • Nagged They nagged our train to take her and his daughter to him."
  • Nays Counsel for defense objected to this testimony, but it was received by a vote of yeas twenty-seven, nays seventeen.
  • Sagas At the earliest times of which the historical tales or Sagas tell us anything with regard to the social conditions, the land was divided among the free peasant-proprietors, or bonde class.
  • Nazis
  • Rages
  • bags
  • nabs
  • knacks
  • nicks
  • pangs In these last days we felt more keenly the pangs of perspiration than in all our earlier adventures.
  • wags Piddie leans forward for another look at the flowers, and wags his head solemn, I edges around for a closer view myself, and Old Hickory stares puzzled.
  • sages But you read in the pages Of the books of the sages , And save that dark curtain They know nothing certain, Except that dark portal Which waits all things mortal- And conqueror or prophet Comprehend no more of it.
  • ages
  • nails
  • nags The cura accompanied us, mounted on one of the best horses we had seen in the country; and as it was a rare thing for him to absent himself a day from his parochial duties, he set out as for a holy-day excursion, worrying our poor nags , as well as ourselves, to keep up with him.
  • nooks
  • nudges This question brought more nudges and glances from Mrs. Snawdor, none of which were lost on the boy.
  • tags
  • hangs
  • sags "Laura," she remarked absently, "I don't see how you can sleep in this bed; it sags so."
  • snags
  • bangs
  • cages
  • fangs
  • rags Even my rags cry out against such a proposition.
  • lags
  • naps The sun is warm and pleasant just now, and my people are enjoying their mid-day naps .
  • HAGS There, ye night-hags and witches that torment The neighborhood, ye shall not enter here!
  • PAGES
  • MAGS
  • JAGS At the foot I found a rough path leading to the south, by which I clambered on until by backward glances I was assured that the Arco Naturale had freed itself from the labyrinth of spires and splintered jags of limestone over which it rises, and stood out clear and sharp against the sky.
  • FAGS Ah, I see you don't remember me; true, I was only in the Shell when you left, but you ought at least to remember your old fags.
  • DAGS
  • GAGS
  • NAPES
  • necks
  • nukes
  • naves
  • ragas
  • naifs
  • gangs
  • narcs
  • naggers
  • tangs
  • acquirings
  • acridnesses
  • acrimoniousnesses
  • antichrists
  • cartings
  • caruncles
  • runtish
  • tap-dancer

12 words made from the letters NAGGS

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