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Scag-gle verb,

-gled, -gling, noun

–verb (used without object)
1. To occupy an area, wearing scene clothing.

Noun (sgāg'əl)

1. A flock of scene kids. A pack of teens who stand around to be seen in their scenest attire.

2. An often noisy or disorderly group or gathering of scene/emo kids, usually accompanied by scene topics.
"Did you see that scaggle outside the mall?"

"A small scaggle gathered outside the Brokencyde concert."
"They scaggled their way into the Brokencyde concert."

"Where's Zach?" "Oh, he's probably scaggling around. Last I saw, he was at American Eagle."

"The scaggle's bright, obnoxious apparel glowed like a golden turd"
by Mark Pathony December 10, 2009
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I wouldnt touch that damn scaggle, I mean pussy is pussy but a coral reef is a coral reef and that aint no pussy its a coral reef.
by Griffith June 26, 2005
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