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bag

1. tv. to capture and arrest someone. (see also bagged. Underworld.) They bagged the robber with the loot still on him.
2. n. an ugly woman. (Rude and derogatory.) Tell the old bag to mind her own business.
3. n. one’s preference; something suited to one’s preference. That kind of stuff is so not my bag!
4. tv. to obtain something. I’ll try to bag a couple of tickets for you.
5. n. a container of drugs. (Drugs. Not necessarily a real bag.) Two bags of H. for two dimes?
6. in. to die. The guy was coughing so hard that I thought he was going to bag right there.
7. tv. to apply a respirator to someone. (Medical. The respirator has a bag attached to hold air.) Quick, bag him before he boxes.
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References in classic literature ?
And here are the other five hundred," replied Milady, placing her hand upon the bag of gold.
Good Arthur, empty the bag upon the ground; I warrant thou wilt find a shilling or two in the flour.
I opened the bag and packed the boots in; and then, just as I was going to close it, a horrible idea occurred to me.
He was a very tired, hungry, and thirsty lion when night overtook them; but there was to be no food for him that day or the next--Tarzan did not dare risk removing the head bag, though he did cut another hole which permitted Numa to quench his thirst shortly after dark.
Da Souza changed the bag into his other hand and thrust his arm through his companion's.
There's nothing but hay left now,' the Messenger said, peeping into the bag.
There in the room stood his friend, with a large cotton bag on his head, pulled far down to his very nose.
Suddenly Pollyanna remembered that she had seen near this attic window a row of long white bags hanging from nails.
Joe waited on her when she got there, put her safely into the railway carriage, and handed in the very little bag after her, as though it were some enormous trunk, hundredweights heavy, which she must on no account endeavour to lift.
In other words, I instantly opened my bag, and took out the top publication.
Peter Magnus, when the striped bag, and the red bag, and the brown-paper parcel, and the leather hat-box, had all been deposited in the passage.
Let me put the sovereigns in the bag again," said Maggie; "and you'll come and see us when you've bought your pack, Bob.
Pocket, Junior, delivering him the bags, One, Two, I saw the starting appearance come into his own eyes that I knew to be in mine, and he said, falling back:
There is the registrar below the judge, in wig and gown; and there are two or three maces, or petty- bags, or privy purses, or whatever they may be, in legal court suits.
The only person in sight was an elderly woman, sitting in a wagon with mail bags piled around her.