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waggery

noun wag·gery \ˈwa-gə-rē\
plural wag·ger·ies

Definition of WAGGERY

1
:  mischievous merriment :  pleasantry
2
:  jest; especially :  practical joke

Examples of WAGGERY

  1. <tossing lighted firecrackers around is not the kind of harmless waggery that it might seem>
  2. <Will Rogers' homespun waggeries struck a chord with audiences during the Great Depression.>

First Known Use of WAGGERY

1594

Rhymes with WAGGERY

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