Definition Of scrag

verb

a person's neck.

‘I don't like this scrag , ‘he answers, pulling at the skin at the top of his neck.’

an unattractively thin person or animal.

She's a dud, a bit of a scrag if you ask me.

handle roughly; beat up.

I saw one group of traders run off like a startled herd, while three police, like a pack of hunting dogs, scragged the least nimble.

Example Of scrag

  • ‘I don't like this scrag , ‘he answers, pulling at the skin at the top of his neck.’

  • his companion was a thin scrag of a man

  • I saw one group of traders run off like a startled herd, while three police, like a pack of hunting dogs, scragged the least nimble.

  • I'm not about to let that two-bit scrag get a piece of my action,’ she told journalists.

  • my brothers were hoping he'd put a foot wrong so they could scrag him


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