tossing lighted firecrackers around is not the kind of harmless waggery that it might seem
Will Rogers' homespun waggeries struck a chord with audiences during the Great Depression.
Recent Examples on the WebTo ask you to step into the parlor was Maggie’s favorite waggery, the divisions of her cabin being purely imaginary.
Gertrude A. Zerr, Harper's magazine, 22 July 2019
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