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So what makes the perfect stag night? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Things go from bad to worse at the stag and hen dos. The Sun (2014)Then convert the stag weekend into a stag night and you would nearly be there. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The resort is popular for stag and hen trips. The Sun (2016)The cost increases when stag and hen weekends take place abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Red deer stags are numerous in the area, although attacks on humans are virtually unheard of. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It would appear that the white stag can roam the Highlands in safety. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Two days before the wedding, we had our stag and hen dos. The Sun (2014)Three thirtysomethings on a stag weekend are in a car heading out of Reykjavik. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It shows a stag hunt, accompanied by more unlikely woodland animals such as a monkey and a tortoise. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Those who have visited Reykjavik merely for a weekend on a stag or hen do have missed a trick. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Mr Crisp was walking his dogs when he got a call from his brother saying he had seen the stag. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Common sense seems to be something that Blackpool council feels stag and hen parties lack when they come to his town. Times, Sunday Times (2007)THE last song by a budding musician killed in a stag party crash will be released as a single in tribute to him. The Sun (2007)THE funeral of a soldier killed on his stag night is to be held the day before he was due to get married. The Sun (2012)Autumn, at bedtime, the sound of roaring red deer stags echoes around the night hills. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Those who did the killing challenged centuries of legend, which says that those who kill a sacred white stag bring down a curse upon their heads. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Under present hunting laws, dogs can still be used to follow a scent - but must not kill foxes or stags. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We join him in autumn, with the building of a new hide to watch badgers, and the stalking of red stags. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In the mirror, I could see the stag party staring at me. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'stag'
British English: stag NOUN
A stag is an adult male deer belonging to one of the larger species of deer. Stags usually have large branch-like horns called antlers.
Definition of stag from the Collins English Dictionary
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