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dags

n. (plural of dag English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: dag)

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Dags (film)

Dags is a 1998 Australian comedy film centring on the adventures of a group of friends.

Usage examples of "dags".

Take all of the swivels you want, them and small arms of any description and in any quantitycalivers, arquebuses, dags, pistols, pole-arms, edge weapons, armor, anything.

After passing through doors guarded on both sides by halberdiers, he was escorted into a smaller anteroom in which sat a cassocked priest and two armored men who looked like officers and were each armed with sword, dirk, and a brace of two-foot-long dags of between ten and eight bore.

Take all of the swivels you want, them and small arms of any description and in any quantity-calivers, arquebuses, dags, pistols, polearms, edge-weapons, armor, anything.

Spotting the scarred man swimming grimly toward the ship's side, a big knife gripped between his rotting teeth, Abdullah drew one of his wheel-lock dags and, waiting until the swimmer was almost to the ship, put a ten-bore ball through his head.

I could still see—with a feeling of grim satisfaction—the look on Dougal's face when his squat, black-bearded lieutenant eyed me speculatively, then patted the dags at his belt and said, "Aye, lass, why not?

Take all of the swivels you want, them and small arms of any description and in any quantity—calivers, arquebuses, dags, pistols, polearms, edge-weapons, armor, anything.

He was peripherally aware of the light tread and tomcat shadow on the stairs that would be Starhawk, but most of his attention was drawn to the butler's stiff-backed shape, and, half-hidden behind it, the bedraggled form whose battered jerkin, ruinous sleeve dags, and sopping braids were dripping puddles of water onto the tiled floor.

Out on the far steppes, you see, young sir, most walls are of wood and can be burnt down by enough fire arrows, nor are large, modern, longer-ranging cannon at all that common out on the steppes, and there are there far more bows, axes, and swords or spears and lances than there are dags and arquebuses.

Her long gown was silver tissue cut at the edges in long dags and scallops resembling butterfly wings.

Even as this moment hastens Battles he the wave-crests rude, And to their unfathomed chasms Dags him down the angry flood.