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An unfashionable or socially conservative person.
- ‘Floyd may be a bit of a dag, but he's a pretty nifty player when it comes to badminton!’
- ‘We've all known people like Steve, the likeable dag with big dreams.’
Late Middle English (in the sense a hanging part of something): of unknown origin.
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