Definition of tagalong
: one that persistently and often annoyingly follows the lead of another
Examples of tagalong in a Sentence
His little sister was sometimes a tagalong on his outings with his friends.
Recent Examples of tagalong from the Web
Rush continues to gain visibility following appearances in The Giver and Goosebumps, but her Prayer role as a helpless tagalong remains too underwritten to draw much attention.
And following right behind it like a tagalong sibling is a second, smaller comet.
Up to age 9, kids were required to ride in a trailer, bike seat, or on a tandem or tagalong.
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TAGALONG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tagalong for English Language Learners
: a person who follows or goes somewhere with another person or group often in an annoying way
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