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Usage examples for waggish:
“ Mr. Breezy was waggish The Rustle of Silk, - Cosmo Hamilton.
“ To a boy like me he seemed very old, being over twenty, and well- found in beard; but he was not more than four- and- twenty, fresh and ruddy looking, with a short nose and keen blue eyes, and a merry waggish jerk about him, as if the world were not in earnest. ” Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor, - R. D. Blackmore.

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To crush; subdue; annul.

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