(1) He jokingly refuted suggestions his horse won the race because of rumours the nag had been given steroids.(2) I had to nag him a bit, but he did go to get it checked because he doesn't usually have a cough, so this was something different.(3) It's a persistent nag , an ever-present question mark.(4) One of his horses runs today, another tomorrow, and his final nag will run on Saturday.(5) I used to nag her but she refused to live under a siege mentality.(6) he felt once again that little nag of doubt(7) I earn my living with my horse and wagon, and this morning my nag died.(8) So I nag them, they nag me, and it's a collaborative effort.(9) She will not nag you and will always be the first to admit she was wrong when you've had a disagreement.(10) I'm adjusting my diet but it may be time to go nag the doctor for a change of medication.(11) the old nag the lad fetched smelled sweaty(12) We extend a welcome to all you women who constantly nag your husbands to complete those unfinished jobs, now is your chance to learn the skills yourself.(13) But I certainly wouldn't want to be using my time to nag people about smoking and exercising.(14) Instead of pristine white snow, you'll get a drab gray winter wonderland; instead of an inky-black horse, you'll get a gray nag .(15) But it's not just any old nag , it's the champion racehorse Rock of Gibraltar - winner of seven consecutive Group One races.(16) I'll never forget the look on her face the first time she sat on the old nag !