noun wag·tail \ˈwag-ˌtāl\

: a small European bird that has a long tail which regularly moves up and down

Full Definition of WAGTAIL

:  any of various chiefly Old World oscine birds (family Motacillidae) related to the pipits and having a long tail that they habitually jerk up and down

First Known Use of WAGTAIL



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