Instead of pristine white snow, you'll get a drab gray winter wonderland; instead of an inky-black horse, you'll get a gray nag .
My parents know what I do, and whilst not thrilled, are resigned enough not to nag me and trust that this is a temporary situation.
Three crowns and an old nag she'd borrowed from a student (whose tribal language homework she'd done in exchange) would not buy her that automobile.
he felt once again that little nag of doubt
But it's not just any old nag , it's the champion racehorse Rock of Gibraltar - winner of seven consecutive Group One races.
It's a persistent nag , an ever-present question mark.
Every day, we would nag my big sister Nadia to find out when our mother was going to come and fetch us.
I had to nag him a bit, but he did go to get it checked because he doesn't usually have a cough, so this was something different.
I'm adjusting my diet but it may be time to go nag the doctor for a change of medication.
But I certainly wouldn't want to be using my time to nag people about smoking and exercising.