Snagger vs Shagger - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between snagger and shagger

is that snagger is (fishing) a fishing hook consisting of several hooks radiating from a centre while shagger is one who shags.

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snagger

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (fishing) A fishing hook consisting of several hooks radiating from a centre.
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    shagger

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • One who shags.
  • # One who has sexual intercourse.
  • #* 1997 , , Issues 6061-6069, page 74,
  • deracinated German, ace journalist and communist spy, compulsive cocktail drinker and serial shagger : the agent of penetration par excellence is engaging in sexual congress with a secretary from the German embassy in the Japanese capital.
  • #* 2006 , , Richard Hill: The Autobiography , unnumbered page,
  • ‘What do you want to be remembered for, being the best shaggers and drinkers or the best rugby players?’
  • #* 2007 , , Oliver Harvey, Who Ate All the Pies?: The Life and Times of Mick Quinn , page 69,
  • There would be card schools, too, and when we overnighted the shaggers among the lads would be sniffing after everything in a skirt.
  • # One who catches and returns a ball, usually out of play; one who fetches played balls; one who fetches shot game.
  • #* 1980 , Ken Dugan, Secrets of Coaching Championship Baseball , page 24,
  • The shagger is placed in this position to avoid the danger of his being hit by a batted ball.
  • #* 1983 , Bob Brister, Doves Galore'', '' , page 61,
  • As we arrived at the grainfield a covey of little Mexican boys swarmed in from all directions, waving and yelling and climbing on the bumpers, vying for jobs as bird shaggers . Birds were darting low over the vehicles and somebody got excited and started shooting right there, bringing the kids racing for the fallen birds, because whoever got one had a job for sure.
  • #* 1995 , Mario Pagnoni, Gerald Robinson, Softball: Fast and Slow Pitch , page 100,
  • As soon as the outfielder releases the throw to the shagger , a second ball is fungoed and the fielder must react quickly,.
  • #* 2011 , Jim McLean, Tom McCarthy, The Complete Hogan: A Shot-by-Shot Analysis of Golf?s Greatest Swing , unnumbered page,
  • He always had a shagger , a caddy who put the shag bag right in front of his feet.
  • One who dances the shag; a jazz dancer.
  • * 2012 , Renee Wright, Myrtle Beach & South Carolina?s Grand Strand , Explorer?s Guides, unnumbered page,
  • The first gathering proved so successful that SOS has expanded to a year-round schedule of events, including annual ten-day Spring Safaris and Fall Migrations, attracting up to 10,000 shaggers at a time, plus weekend gatherings in winter and summer.
  • (UK, Australia, colloquial, slang) A popular person; also used as an epithet .
  • Derived terms

    * ball shagger, shagger's back, sheepshagger