Definition of Baggies

1. Noun. (plural of Baggie) ¹



2. Proper noun. (soccer) w:West Bromwich Albion Football Club West Bromwich Albion Football Club ¹

3. Noun. (plural of baggie) ¹

4. Noun. (plural of baggy) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Baggies

1. baggie [n] - See also: baggie

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baggies

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

Literary usage of Baggies

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1. From Studio to Stage: Reminiscences of Weedon Grossmith by Weedon Grossmith (1913)
"Well," I continued reading: (baggies) "—father feeds his flock — I mean my aunt, ... baggies. "And I'm so hungry" — puts on miserable expression. ..."

2. The British Tar in Fact and Fiction: The Poetry Pathos, and Humour of the by Charles Napier Robinson (1909)
"baggies, captain of the Caliban, is an officer of the " Benbow school," and the old ... It describes the same baggies as a relic of the good old times, ..."

3. Justus Von Liebig, His Life and Work (1803-1873)by William Ashwell Shenstone by William Ashwell Shenstone (1901)
"Sir Titus Salt and George Libra Wee Willie . *1 1>°wns of Emperor. Donkey's baggies, baggies, and the Hoses from Thorns Gift Books for Young People, ..."

4. Truth about Russia by William Thomas Stead (1888)
"baggies, baggies, and the Emperor. Roses from Thorns. Faith's Father. By Land and Sea. Jeff and Leff. Tom Morris's Error. Worth more than Gold. ..."

5. Essays in Liberalism by Hilaire Belloc, Francis Wrigley Hirst, John Allsebrook Simon Simon, John Swinnerton Phillimore, John Lawrence Hammond, Philip James Macdonell (1897)
"baggies, baggies, and the Three Wee Ulster Lassies. Up the Ladder. Emperor. Roses from Thorns. Gift Books for Young People. Original Illustrations in each. ..."

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