50 collocations for wags

Pepper was asleep; but woke, as I entered, and wagged his tail, in recognition.

Word comes to Jupiter that a stranger had arrived, a man well set up, pretty grey; he seemed to be threatening something, for he wagged his head ceaselessly; he dragged the right foot.

You sit with committees and stroke your profound chin, or you spend your talent in the market, or run to and fro and wag your tongue in persuasion.

"My lord," says Benedict, wagging mailed finger.

Little by little the incensed gentlemen gave it a hearing, now two words and now three, interrupting it to rip out long, rasping maledictions, and wag their forefingers at each other as they strode ferociously about the apartment.

"Why look ye, brother, I am not what I was aforetimenon sum quails eram I was bred a shaveling, a mumbler, a be-gowned do-nothingbrother, I was a monk, but the flesh and the devil made of me a bowman, heighoso wags the world!

Rougon wagged her chin.

These are vain, absurd and ridiculous wishes not to be hoped: all must be as it is, Bocchalinus may cite commonwealths to come before Apollo, and seek to reform the world itself by commissioners, but there is no remedy, it may not be redressed, desinent homines tum demum stultescere quando esse desinent, so long as they can wag their beards, they will play the knaves and fools.

ye won't take it, won't ye?Here, Poker!" Poker sprang forward, wagging the stump of his tail, and turned his head to one side, as if to say, "Well, what's up?

"Hard to say," said the person addressed; but, thinking hard: "Would you like to see me wag my ears?"

Every one that passeth by her shall hiss, and wag his hand.

I wagged my body a little, and I would gladly have said something to help her out of her difficulty, but I couldn't.

Before this world's great frame, in which all things Are now contained, found any being place, Ere flitting Time could wag his eyas wings About that mighty bound which doth embrace The rolling spheres, and parts their hours by space, That high eternal power, which now doth move In all these things, moved in itself by love.

"You may as well forbid the mountain pines To wag their high tops, and to make no noise When they are with the gusts of heaven.

When I did not notice him he would plant himself straight before me and stand wagging that bud of a tail, and looking up, with his head a little to the one side.

Oh, it wag great fun, I tell you!

If either of them so much as wags his headshoot!

The rout it herds around the heart, The ghost is yielded in the gloom; Kings wag their headsNow save thyself Who wouldst rebuild the world in bloom.

The Lapp wags his head again: "House and cattle and all manner of things.

I begin at the passage describing the villa's cat: Does Cincirillo follow thee about, Inverting one swart foot suspensively, And wagging his dread jaw at every chirp Of bird above him on the olive-branch?

My tongue will wag jist as a dog's tail when he can't kape it still.

His love-letters of the last year of his gentlemanship are stuffed with discontinuances, remitters, and uncore priests; but, now being enabled to speak in proper person, he talks of a French hood instead of a jointure, wags his law, and joins issue.

"So I wagged my legs for the house and trotted Aleck down to the bull-pen.

"Franco," said Jonas, "how could you get in here?" Franco remained in the same position; the light of the lantern shining in his face, and his tail wagging a very little.

But most she thought how strange it was Two keys that he should bear, And that, when beckoning, he should wag The littlest in the air.

50 collocations for  wags