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1. Don't nag me like an old woman.
2. Aunt Molly is a nag about regular meals.
3. Don't be such a nag!
4. The suspicion that she was lying continued to nag at me.
5. His wife's a nag who leads him a dog's life .
6. Now comes a nag to keep it safe.http://sentencedict.com/nag.html
7. Clutter increases the risk of accidents, so nag your youngsters into tidying up!
8. I don't want to be a nag but do you have that ten bucks you owe me?
9. Still, one of the assessments continued to nag at me.
10. For the next race he suggested a nag called My Delight.
11. Imperious, you mount a nag of thirty hands and trample me into the ground.
12. Nobody likes to work with a nag.
13. The third-rate wife is a nag and complainer.
14. Some children complain that their parents nag at them.
15. I have never seen a nag like this one.
16. You're not going to nag me again, are you?
17. Pride, envy, remorse nag his characters.
18. Look out ! The nag will knock the living daylights out of you.
19. Don't nag me all day long. (You wouldn't want to be nagged for your inquisitiveness. )Treat me as you would like to be treated.
20. How often do I have to nag at you to tidy your room?
21. "Nag a ram" is indeed an anagram of the word "anagram".
22. It's a waste of money betting on that old nag!
23. Even so, the memory of Mama on her deathbed entreating Dad to tell us his story continued to nag at me.
24. On Saturday, he planned a rally amongst the party faithful in his constituency to wave the nag.
25. Sammy bounded on ahead and gave a loud bark at the nag.
26. So vivid was his description that I suggested the only kindness would be to put the nag down before the race.
27. He raised the glass to lips and wondered why an awful instinctive fear had began to nag at these happy thoughts.
28. It reeked of wet straw and stale horse manure, and the old nag the lad fetched smelled sweaty.
29. We have just started a knitting club in Snaith which we call Knit and Nag.
30. For example, there's no mention in here of an evil god that creates the world, like you find in some of these Nag Hammadi texts.