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Slag vs. Shag

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  • Slag (noun)

    waste material from a coal mine

  • Slag (noun)

    scum that forms on the surface of molten metal

  • Slag (noun)

    impurities formed and separated out when a metal is vitrified cinders

    "dross|recrement|scoria"

  • Slag (noun)

    hard aggregate remaining as a residue from blast furnaces, sometimes used as a surfacing material

  • Slag (noun)

    scoria associated with a volcano

  • Slag (noun)

    a coward

  • Slag (noun)

    a contemptible person, a scumbag

  • Slag (noun)

    a prostitute

  • Slag (noun)

    a woman (sometimes a man) who has loose morals relating to sex; a slut

  • Slag (verb)

    to produce slag

  • Slag (verb)

    to become slag; to agglomerate when heated below the fusion point

  • Slag (verb)

    to talk badly about; to malign or denigrate (someone)

  • Slag (verb)

    to spit

  • Shag (noun)

    Matted material; rough massed hair, fibres etc.

  • Shag (noun)

    Coarse shredded tobacco.

  • Shag (noun)

    A type of rough carpet pile.

  • Shag (noun)

    Bacon or fat, especially if with some remaining hair or bristles.

  • Shag (noun)

    A roughly-cut or torn-off piece of bread or cheese.

  • Shag (noun)

    Several species of sea birds in the family Phalacrocoracidae (cormorant family), especially the common shag or European shag, Phalacrocorax aristotelis, found on European and African coasts.

  • Shag (noun)

    A swing dance.

  • Shag (noun)

    An act of sexual intercourse.

  • Shag (noun)

    A casual sexual partner.

  • Shag (noun)

    A fundraising dance in honour of a couple engaged to be married.

  • Shag (noun)

    Friend; mate; buddy.

  • Shag (verb)

    To make hairy or shaggy; to roughen.

  • Shag (verb)

    To hang in shaggy clusters.

  • Shag (verb)

    To shake, wiggle around.

  • Shag (verb)

    To have sexual intercourse with.

  • Shag (verb)

    To masturbate.

  • Shag (verb)

    To chase after; especially, to chase after and return (a ball) hit usually out of play.

  • Shag (verb)

    To perform the dance called the shag.

  • Shag (adjective)

    hairy; shaggy

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