Antonyms for nag at

Grammar : Verb
Spell : nag
Phonetic Transcription : næg

Definition of nag at

Origin :
  • "annoy by scolding," 1828, originally a dialectal word meaning "to gnaw" (1825), probably ultimately from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse gnaga "to complain," literally "to bite, gnaw," dialectal Swedish and Norwegian nagga "to gnaw"), from Proto-Germanic *gnagan, related to Old English gnagan "to gnaw" (see gnaw). Related: Nagged; nagger; nagging.
  • As in criticize : verb disapprove, judge as bad

Synonyms for nag at

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