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staggy

or staggie

[stag-ee] /ˈstæg i/
noun, plural staggies. Scot.
1.
a colt.
Origin of staggy
1780-1790
1780-90; stag + -y2
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  • Now, however, they are old and staggy, with hollow trunks truly—but what trunks!

  • Again, poor old staggy, daring still in his dotage, took a fall while scrambling on the steep banks of the Stony Bottom.

    Bob, Son of Battle Alfred Ollivant

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