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debagged

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(Verb) Past tense of debag: Stripped someone of his trousers by force; pulled down someone’s trousers.
Examples
(1) "Nails was leader of the Halden gang and he led an invasion into Swarrell …"
"Yeah," put in Des, "and in the fight he got captured by the Swarrell gang …"
" … so naturally they debagged him!" said Tony.
"… and they fixed his trousers to a pole ,"continued Des, "and they call it their banner and wave it to taunt the Halden lads."
--Robin Gordon: Brian’s Saga (Auksford)
(2) “… Then we marched them along to the park, debagged them behind the bushes and left them there while we went and hung their trousers on a tree in the girls' school. I don't know if they ever dared go and get them back!"
-- Robin Gordon: Brian’s Saga (Auksford)
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(Verb) Past participle of debag (1) Forcibly stripped of trousers.
Usage: (1) He knew what they were going to do with him. If he hadn't shocked them with his accusation, they would have debagged him. He would have been stripped of his trousers in the schoolyard, symbolically emasculated, his humiliation witnessed and cheered by hundreds of his fellow pupils, girls as well as boys.
-- Robin Gordon: Brian’s Saga (Auksford)
(2) Then up hops John, full of protestations and remonstrations, and next thing he knows they’ve got him flat on his back on the table and they’re dragging his trousers off!
Egad! I wish it had been his father. I’d have enjoyed seeing that little swine debagged as much as horsewhipping him – preferably one after the other.
-- Robin Gordon: L’Estrange on Love (Auksford)

debagged rate
(Verb) Past tense of debag: Stripped someone of his trousers by force; pulled down someone’s trousers.
Usage: 1) "Nails was leader of the Halden gang and he led an invasion into Swarrell …"
"Yeah," put in Des, "and in the fight he got captured by the Swarrell gang …"
" … so naturally they debagged him!" said Tony.
"… and they fixed his trousers to a pole ,"continued Des, "and they call it their banner and wave it to taunt the Halden lads."
--Robin Gordon: Brian’s Saga (Auksford)
(2) “… Then we marched them along to the park, debagged them behind the bushes and left them there while we went and hung their trousers on a tree in the girls' school. I don't know if they ever dared go and get them back!"
-- Robin Gordon: Brian’s Saga (Auksford)


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