1. an act of sexual intercourse.
|Princess of Cleve V i: Zeal in her shogging and Butting.|
|‘Queen & Louise’ in(1979) 190: To the beat of his prick keep time to a tick / For therein lies the beauty of shagging.|
|My Secret Life (1966) VII 1299: Both sisters never mentioned to any person the shagging the soldiers had given them.|
|(con. 1922) in Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (1992) II 765: Let’s all stop and do a little shagging.|
|in Limerick (1953) 61: Simple shagging / Without any wagging / Is only for screwing canoeing.|
|‘Old Horny Kebri-O’ in Whorehouse Bells Were Ringing (1995) 237: Shaggin’, shaggin’, shaggin’ away, / Shaggin’ a little bit every day.|
|Female Eunuch 41: All the vulgar linguistic emphasis is placed upon the poking element; [...] rooting, shagging are [...] acts performed upon the passive female.|
|1985 (1980) 138: They have what they call a love supper, with real shagging.|
|Guardian 9 Aug. 17/1: Ever since the BBC ignorantly banned [...] ‘Ain’t Nothing Like Shagging’ [...] shag has been at the root of sniggers and titters from a great many UK cultural bimbos.|
|(ref. to 1910s) in Between the Acts 15: In my boyhood days [...] it was usually shagging, you know, a boy shagged another boy or a man shagged a boy you see, but I didn’t hear the word ‘homosexual’ till I came out of the army.|
|Get Your Cock Out 53: Incest, bestiality, Mother and Fatherfucking, donkeyshagging, cannibalism — you fucking name it.|
|Decent Ride 107: Cure for aw the problems in the world [,,,] What the fuck has anybody got tae worry aboot when they’ve had a good shaggin?|
2. a scolding.
|Sopranos 133: We all know Kay’s an asswipe, but there was no need to give her such a shagging.|
(US) the vagina.
|(con. 1880s) in Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (1992) II 589: She can make water a mile an’ a quarter, / Out of her shaggin’ machine.|
see shag-wagon under shag n.1