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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 classic literature ?
'Your health, Sir,' said the bagman with the lonely eye, bestowing an approving nod on Mr.
'I always like to hear a good argument,'continued the bagman,
'Should you?' was the only reply of the bagman, who continued to smoke with great vehemence.
'Yes, they were,' replied the bagman; 'very nice men indeed!'
'Except Tom's enemies,' replied the bagman. 'Some of 'em said Tom invented it altogether; and others said he was drunk and fancied it, and got hold of the wrong trousers by mistake before he went to bed.
Dichaves is accused of being the bagman of former President Joseph Estrada, whom the Sandiganbayan sentence to life imprisonment for plunder in September 2007, only to be pardoned by former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo six weeks later.
DANNY WILLETT was upstaged by his caddie as the bagman got to swing his own clubs to win the team event at Dunhill Links.
The Bagman's unique, comical appearance is itself an attempt to make people realise that plastic bags are unnecessary and 'uncool'.
The Bagman campaign is fun and highlights the problems linked to regular use of plastic bags.'
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.
TIGER WOODS has officially replaced caddie Mike "Fluff" Cowan after their fall-out over the bagman's pay.
The Bagman, as the fellow is known for his habit of sifting through documents others have thrown away, has for weeks been flaunting the statement by Arab go-between Said Ayas which purports to prove that Aitken's bill at the Ritz Hotel in Paris was paid by an Arab investigating acts of terrorism on behalf of Saudi Arabia's King Fahd.
All the other Democrats--among them Boxer, Daschle, Dodd, Feinstein, Harkin, Kennedy, Kerrey, Kerry, Leahy, Levin, Mikulski, Moseley-Braun, Moynihan, and Murray--came to rescue the bagman of international capital.
The bagman knew Horton was a respected CIA veteran, a former Mexican station chief who had been called back from an eight-year retirement to take over the controversial post of National Intelligence Officer (NIO) for Latin America on the elite inter-agency panel that turned out the intelligence community's top-secret surveys known as Estimates.
Cracks in the parchment started to show after Ronnie Dayan, the alleged bagman of Senator Leila de Lima, flatly denied the allegations of drug lords from the New Bilibid Prison that he served as the bagman of De Lima in the drug trade there.