Scragged



noun
1.
a lean or scrawny person or animal.
2.
the lean end of a neck of veal or mutton.
3.
Slang. the neck of a human being.
verb (used with object), scragged, scragging.
4.
Slang. to wring the neck of; hang; garrote.
5.
Metallurgy. to test (spring steel) by bending.
noun
1.
a thin or scrawny person or animal
2.
the lean end of a neck of veal or mutton
3.
(informal) the neck of a human being
verb (transitive) scrags, scragging, scragged
4.
(informal) to wring the neck of; throttle
scrag 2

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