Wag Noun Synonyms
comedian, wit, punster, pundit, joker, jester, comic, jokester, droll, merry andrew, clown, card
A wag said that tailors were like storks - known for their big bills.
Wag Verb Synonyms
wave, waggle, oscillate, fluctuate, sway, undulate, flutter, flap, flip, flicker, shake, vibrate, quiver, nod, rock, dance, wobble, bob, bobble, waver, vellicate
Misty's tail wagged as I approached the house.
wave, waggle, oscillation, fluctuation, sway, undulation, flutter, vellication, flap, flip, flicker, shake, vibration, quiver, nod, wobble, bobble, waver
The dying animal recognized me and gave a feeble wag of her tail.
Business / Finance / Wage-Push Inflation: A loan agreement provision allowing the lender to deduct payments from an employee's wages in case of default. MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Wage Differential: Differences in wage rates for similar jobs occurring either due to the location of company, hours of work, working conditions, type of product manufactured or other circumstances. MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Living Wage: A wage rate that is sufficient for a worker and his or her family to exist comfortably. MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Minimum Wage: The smallest hourly wage that an employee may be paid for all hours worked, as mandated by federal or state law. MORE
Entertainment / Ice Hockey / Meat Wagon: If a players only skill is fighting/hitting, they are a meat wagon. MORE