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Double G Vocabulary Words

Based on the definitions, guess these words that contain GG.
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Last updated: September 26, 2015
First submittedMarch 29, 2011
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Definition
Word
Group of geese
Gaggle
To argue over prices
Haggle
Jamaican musical genre
Reggae
Whipped, in the British Navy
Flogged
Holiday beverage made with
eggs and nutmeg
Eggnog
To walk with a cocky, swaying motion
Swagger
Terraced pyramid of ancient Mesopotamian
Ziggurat
Independent online journalist
Blogger
Floating beam that supports a canoe
Outrigger
Northerner who migrated to the South
during Reconstruction
Carpetbagger
Protective eyewear
Goggles
Definition
Word
Larva of a fly
Maggot
Hot and humid
Muggy
Unstoppable force
Juggernaut
Knife made as a weapon
Dagger
The notes of a chord, played in
series rather than at once
Arpeggio
Slang for one's head
Noggin
Small chunk of gold or chicken
Nugget
To import illegally
Smuggle
Long sled without runners
Toboggan
British slang for "had sex"
Shagged
British slang for "kissed"
or "made out"
Snogged
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level 73
Jul 16, 2013
Grrr... I knew Arpeggio...but I couldn't get Archepellego out of my head. Crap.
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level 50
Aug 16, 2013
It's that "j" sound that really messes you up, isn't it?
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level 77
Aug 19, 2013
Can't believe this site passed up on the opportunity to include "muggle." ;-)
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level 50
Jul 30, 2014
I know, isn't it wonderful?
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level 76
Aug 12, 2014
Only missed toboggan. I could see it in my mind, but the word just wouldn't connect to my fingers.
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level 76
Apr 17, 2016
Got 'em all this time with 3:26 left. Much better.
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level 63
Sep 10, 2014
Never heard of muggy, I'd say claggy :/
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level 46
Aug 5, 2015
Where are you from? In the United States I've only ever heard muggy, or maybe steamy, but claggy is completely foreign to me.
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level 46
Aug 5, 2015
I only got shagged from a funny story one of my teachers told me once. The shag was an extremely popular dance in the '70s and early 80s here in the US, and back then my teacher (long before she was my teacher) lived in Australia for a year during high school. One time at a social gathering a couple of her Aussie friends casually asked her what she liked to do for fun and she said, "Well, my boyfriend and I love to shag. In fact we've taught several lessons back home!" As you can imagine, everyone in the room got quiet and stared at her :)
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level 76
Apr 17, 2016
I'm sure the Alabama song, "Dancin', Shaggin' on the Boulevard" left people wondering, too. :)
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level 55
Apr 18, 2016
lol Thanks for sharing. Gave me a good laugh.
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level 66
Oct 13, 2019
I didn’t realize that one could get shagged from a funny story...
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level 35
Dec 6, 2015
Independent online journalist is a dodgy clue it sounds way too formal to be blogger
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level 58
Apr 17, 2016
Agree. I never would have defined blogger that way.
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level 63
Aug 28, 2019
Yea so apparently all the 5 year olds in my neighbourhood are journalists now... well actually they vlog moreso than blog.. everyone has their own youtube channel nowadays...
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level 49
Apr 18, 2016
What! No Snoop D-O-double-G? I really expected that to be one of the answers.
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level 72
Sep 13, 2017
Thankfully, it wasn't.
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level 65
Apr 20, 2016
should the clue for Ziggurat read 'Terraced pyramid of ancient Mesopotamia' (as in without the n) or 'Ancient Mesopotamian terraced pyramid.' it doesn't make sense at the moment.
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level 74
Nov 9, 2017
Mesopotamian should be without N
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level 70
Apr 20, 2016
I confused snogged and shagged. Hmmm. That could explain the all the trouble I had in pubs...
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level 71
Sep 21, 2017
You show a picture of geese in flight, in which case the group noun is "Skein". It's only a gaggle when the geese are on the ground. Sorry, just being pedantic.
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level 77
Sep 23, 2017
Protective eyewear? The googles do nothing!
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level 71
May 28, 2018
Loved the clue for nugget! Lol!
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level 59
May 28, 2018
Shouldn't 'Mesopotamian' be 'Mesopotamia'?
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level 79
Jun 6, 2018
Thank you Austin Powers and Harry Potter, for teaching me British slang.
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level 44
Jun 4, 2019
I had 4 minutes to come up with juggernaut and failed. In hindsight, it's a bad definition. A powerful, overwhelming force, yes, but not unstoppable.
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