Fagging

Fagging was a traditional educational practice in British boarding private schools (nearly all `public schools` in the English sense) and also many other boarding schools, whereby younger pupils were required to act as personal servants to the most senior boys. While domestic servants were common in family households, the custom reflected househ.....
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Fagging

• (n.) Laborious drudgery; esp., the acting as a drudge for another at an English school. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Fag
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Fagging

Fag'ging (făg'gĭng) noun Laborious drudgery; esp., the acting as a drudge for another at an English school.
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Fagging

Fagging is a custom which formerly prevailed generally at most of the English schools, and was still practised at Eton, Winchester, Harrow, Rugby, and one or two other places at the start of the 20th century. It consists in making the junior boys act as servants or 'fags' in the performance of multifarious menial offices for the elder boys, such as...
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Fagging

Fagging is the practice of making new boys at boarding schools into slaves for the older boys. If you are fagging for an older boy you might find yourself running his bath, cleaning his shoes or performing more undesirable tasks.
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