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strap on the (old) nosebag

slang To begin eating; to have a meal. A nosebag is another word for a feed bag, the bag tied under a horse's mouth that allows it to feed. I can't wait to get to grandma's and strap on the old nosebag. She always cooks the tastiest food! What do you say we strap on the nosebag before we head out?
See also: nosebag, on, strap

tie on the (old) nosebag

slang To begin eating; to have a meal. A nosebag is another word for a feed bag, the bag tied under a horse's mouth that allows it to feed. I can't wait to get to grandma's and tie on the old nosebag. She always cooks the tastiest food! What do you say we tie on the nosebag before we head out?
See also: nosebag, on, tie

put on the (old) nosebag

slang To begin eating; to have a meal. A nosebag is another word for a feed bag, the bag tied under a horse's mouth that allows it to feed. I can't wait to get to grandma's and put on the old nosebag. She always cooks the tastiest food! What do you say we put on the nosebag before we head out?
See also: nosebag, on, put

put on the feedbag

and put on the nosebag and tie on the nosebag
tv. to prepare to eat; to eat a meal. (Refers to a bag of feed tied under a horse’s mouth.) I’m starved. Must be time to put on the feedbag. Let’s go to Mickey D’s and tie on the feedbag.
See also: feedbag, on, put

put on the nosebag

verb
See also: nosebag, on, put

tie on the nosebag

verb
See also: nosebag, on, tie
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While Richard Da Costa had to root around with pigs and spent an hour being nibbled before they accepted him, TV presenters Zoe Hardman and Garron Mitchell had to share nosebags and stalls with wild ponies and huge feisty stallions.
Mind you, Anne likes a nosebag of a lunch-time too, and like her Jimmies, she's twice the person she used to be.
Doctors wore nosebags of aromatic herbs (including cinnamon and cloves) to kill germs.
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Those who guzzled at his nosebags filled with truffles, caviar and vintage champagne, paid for by other people's money, those who courted him, held his hat and coat, those who fell for his lies stand now condemned.
They had their own stalls in the mine, and often when they snorted into their nosebags, some of the corn would be spilt.