bagman


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Wikipedia.

bagman

1. A vagrant. Yeah, that guy's a bagman, so you'll see him a lot on these streets.
2. One who is involved in an illegal business. I wouldn't trust him—I hear he's a bagman with some dangerous business practices.
3. One who sells illegal drugs. I can't believe you're a bagman now, selling drugs to innocent children.

bagman

(ˈbægmæn)
1. n. a tramp. Two old bagmen wandered slowly down the lane.
2. n. a drug dealer. (Drugs.) Sam was a bagman for a well-known dealer for a while.
3. n. any racketeer. Some bagman from the mob was pulled out of the river yesterday.
References in periodicals archive ?
Before long, Benjo becomes a 'bagman' for the governor.
The Bagman has visited schools and after-school clubs to inform children that the way in which we use plastic bags today can pollute their future.
As Bagman, Joe will visit schools and libraries to highlight the initiative, which has received a pounds 50,000 National Assembly grant.
Eighteen meetings were held, mostly with periods of instruction as well as public shows, and in those days the bagman made all the arrangements; he kept a log of the meetings, and this has been published by the Ring with a foreword by Walter.
There were only allegations as flimsy as the Republican bagman's.
But long-time bagman Mark Fulcher - who is recovering from January heart surgery and walked the course yesterday - then urged the Olympic champion to raise his game.
Arjo stars on the iWant series "Bagman." He plays Benjo, a family man whose barbershop is about to get demolished to give way to the municipality's road-widening project.
This evolving adage received its latest affirmation when former senator Bong Revilla was acquitted of plunder while his Senate chief of staff and alleged bagman, lawyer Richard Cambe, was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment.
DANNY WILLETT was upstaged by his caddie as the bagman got to swing his own clubs to win the team event at Dunhill Links.
Bagman for White Rose Morris Men, Andrew Titley, said they'd had a fabulous weekend.
Early on the morning of the second day regular bagman John McLaren received a call from his wife telling him she had gone into labour with his first child.
Woods is 11-1 second favourite to lift the trophy with Adam Scott and his loudmouth bagman Williams 8-1 market leader in a tournament which bookies expected to revolve around the big two.
Mann, 21, works full-time as a bagman at the venue for next month's Open Championship and caddied for former Claret Jug winner Tom Weiskopf last week.
Bagman was a big hit among children who turned up to the launch of a campaign to stop people wasting carrier bags.
Price is still bitterly disappointed by the way he was treated by bagman Andy Prodger who was headhunted over the weekend by Montgomerie following his own parting of ways with longtime assistant Alastair McLean.