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  • n  someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault
  • n  an old or over-worked horse
  • v  bother persistently with trivial complaints
    She nags her husband all day long
  • v  worry persistently
    nagging concerns and doubts
  • v  remind or urge constantly
    she nagged to take a vacation

  • Another way to nag your spouse: Teleflip's flipOut service, which lets you email a text message of up to 120 characters to anybody's phone by sending it to yourfriendsnumber .
  • Actually, mechanical docs will probably be in your house - from toilets that diagnose samples every time you tinkle to toothbrushes that check for gum disease and nag you to floss.
  • Following the National Academy of Sciences' Report to the Public on the biological effects of radiation (PTI, June 25), more and more people have begun to nag doctors and .

  • Robert Gates in International Herald Tribune
    Gates told a Senate panel on Wednesday that in meetings in Vilnius, Lithuania, with NATO defense ministers on Thursday and Friday he "once again will become a nag on the issue."
  • George Karl in ESPN
    Karl added: "If I was Kobe I wouldn't want [Jones] to cover me. He's a pain, he's a nag, he's always bothering you. He has a good defensive base, he has a good stance. He's professional. Whatever we want him to do, from fronts to denials, he's...
  • LeBron James in ESPN
    It isn't something I've had in a long time,James said. "When you have a sprain there's not much treatment you can do. It's not like you can get the swelling to go down by icing it. It's a sprain, so it's something that's going to nag on...

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