Definition of Baggie

1. Noun. (soccer) someone connected with w:West Bromwich Albion Football Club West Bromwich Albion Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc. ¹



2. Noun. (American English) A small bag, especially a small, clear, plastic bag. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Baggie

1. the stomach [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baggie

baggage hold
baggage holds
baggage reclaim
baggageman
baggagemaster
baggagemasters
baggagemen
baggager
baggagers
baggages
baggala
baggalas
bagged
bagger
baggers
baggie (current term)
baggier
baggies
baggiest
baggily
bagginess
bagginesses
bagging
baggings
baggit
baggits
baggs
baggy
baggywrinkle
baggywrinkles

Literary usage of Baggie

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1. Ulster County, N.Y. Probate Records in the Office of the Surrogate, and in by Gustave Anjou (1906)
"... I will that £40 be paid for Judith, £40 for Peggie and her son, Robbin, and £40 for my negro Dick, and £25 for my negro child baggie). ..."

2. Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead-Based Paint Hazards in Housingby David E. Jacobs by David E. Jacobs (1996)
"When all aliquots of the composite sample have been placed in the baggie, the baggie ... If the baggie is not 4 mil industrial weight, the sample should be ..."

3. Northumberland Words by Richard Oliver Heslop, Oliver Heslop (1892)
"Usually called " a bag of gas." Also, a cavity in a pit, filled with water, as, "a bag of water." baggie, the belly. baggie ..."

4. Hackoff.com: An Historic Murder Mystery Set in the Internet Bubble and Rubble by Tom Evslin (2006)
"You took a plastic baggie out of your pocket. You juggled the baggie and the jar and you put the baggie back in your pocket. And now, you've just given me a ..."

5. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"baggie ... Hne, there's a ripp to thy auld baggie : A Guid Л'гн» Year f ..."

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