brown-bag

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brown-bag

1. n. a bag lunch. Bring a brown-bag, and we’ll talk and eat at the same time.
2. in. to carry a bag lunch. He’s back to brown-bagging while he saves up for his vacation.
3. mod. having to do with an event during which people eat their own bag lunches. These brown-bag affairs seem so tacky.
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And, as if that's not enough to sway underachieving, potato-chip-eating brown-baggers to the hot lunch line, School Marketing Partners, in cooperation with its various advertisers, often rewards cafeteria patrons with prizes such as Hot Wheels cars and Hanson posters.
50 a serving) compared to eating in a restaurant, and conveniently portable for brown-baggers, campers, and anyone with access to hot water.
Five scattered day lodges serve different areas; all welcome brown-baggers.