scrag


1scrag

noun \ˈskrag\

Definition of SCRAG

1
:  a rawboned or scrawny person or animal
2
a :  the lean end of a neck of mutton or veal —called also scrag end
b :  neck

Origin of SCRAG

perhaps alteration of 2crag
First Known Use: 1542

Rhymes with SCRAG

2scrag

transitive verb
scraggedscrag·ging

Definition of SCRAG

1
a :  to execute by hanging or garroting
b :  to wring the neck of
2
a :  choke
b :  manhandle 1
c :  kill, murder

First Known Use of SCRAG

1752

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