staggy

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English

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Etymology

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stag +‎ -y

Adjective

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staggy (comparative more staggy, superlative most staggy)

  1. Resembling or characteristic of a stag.
    • 1983, Carl P. Holt, Sam D. Halverson, Beef cattle husbandry: study course, page 212:
      The calves should be castrated before 8 to 10 months old to prevent a staggy appearance and a lower price.