Pronunciation of Stag
/stˈaɡ/, /stˈaɡ/, /s_t_ˈa_ɡ/

Synonyms for stag:

Sense 1

caller, visiting fireman, buck, habitue, denizen, house guest.

Sense 2


Sense 4


Sense 6


Other synonyms and related words:

browse, reveal, blue, buck, wander, stigmatise, brand, shop, smutty, bring out, locker room, fail, scab, hook, filthy, break, hart, let on, grass over, shop at, divulge, stigmatize, patronize, guest, give away, patronise, make, unwrap, discover, X-rated, obscene, snoop, indecent, sell, disclose, blackleg, denizen, cheat, expose, bawdy, bewray, grass, peach, impure, denounce, deceive, Moss Hart, betray, caller, cheat on, sleuth, lead astray, coarse, sponsor, buy at, mark, snitch, spot, thieve, unprintable, ribald, spy, porny, tell on, let out, espy, descry, cop, glom, frequent.

Sense 1 (noun)


Sense 2 (noun)

caller, denizen, visitor, guest, visiting fireman, boarder, house guest.

animal (noun)


mammal (noun)

caribou, hog, beaver, leopard, moose, hamster, buffalo, dingo, rabbit, opossum, elk, wallaby, ferret, fox, kangaroo, mole, reindeer, tiger, wombat, wolf, cougar, horse, bobcat, skunk, llama, rhinoceros, platypus, shrew, pig, coyote, gnu, giraffe, cheetah, chinchilla, sloth, puma, jackal, gopher, bison, mouse, cat, polecat, yak, marmot, dog, hippopotamus, mink, ocelot, otter, panda, zebra, porcupine, rat, burro, ox, mongoose, dromedary, echidna, raccoon, lion, bear, goat, deer, panther, antelope, sable, squirrel, koala, weasel, jaguar, stoat, cow, hedgehog, camel, hare, swine, mule, hyena, elephant, gazelle, cavy, possum, Lynx, camelopard, alpaca, arctic fox, sheep, chipmunk, ermine, lemming, donkey, ibex.

stag (noun)

spy, snoop, grass, give away, betray, tell on, denounce, snitch, peach, hart, sleuth, rat, shop.

spy (verb)

snoop, spot, sleuth, discover.

Usage examples for stag:

  • The dogs seemed to take everything for granted, and followed along after the Stag as readily as if he had been their master's horse. - "Little Mr. Thimblefinger and His Queer Country", Joel Chandler Harris.

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