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  1. Maga

    Maga is a musical group.

Editors Contribution

  1. MAGA

    Maga is a Hebrew word meaning...TO CONNECT AS IN COMBAT

    Submitted by rinat on May 13, 2019  

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  2. MAGA

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of maga in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of maga in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of maga in a Sentence

  1. Harry Dunn:

    This wasn't the first time that... the MAGA people came up here to the Capitol, there were some skirmishes but it was never an attempt to overthrow democracy.

  2. Michael Wood:

    There is a hardcore MAGA group within the Republican Party that does get very upset with me, i've had people who were actually there on January 6 come up to me shaking mad that I'm saying the sort of things that I'm saying about that day and also about President Trump.

  3. Sunny Hostin:

    If there are Republicans that do not agreewith this Trumpism, with this MAGA party, with this type of party, they are going to need to leave this party and start their own because if they stand with the 45 out of 50 Republican Senators, that tells this country that they support everything that those other Republicans believe in.

  4. Kari Lake:

    They wanted the MAGA movement to go away, and that's why they pushed the shoddy, shady, corrupt election on us. They wanted MAGA and everything President President Trump stood for to go away.

  5. Debra Messing:

    I wonder if MAGA will recognize that 45 must be voted out?

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being essentially equal to something
  • A. askant
  • B. motile
  • C. tantamount
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