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hagged

[hagd, hag-id] /hægd, ˈhæg ɪd/
adjective, British Dialect
1.
2.
haggard (defs 1, 2).
Origin
1685-1695
1685-95; hag1 + -ed3
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Word Origin and History for hagged
adj.

c.1700, from hag, by influence of haggard. Originally "bewitched," also "lean, gaunt," as bewitched persons and animals were believed to become.

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