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Synonyms for bag

something at which a person excels

to gain possession of, especially after a struggle or chase

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the quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person)

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a container used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women)

the quantity that a bag will hold

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an ugly or ill-tempered woman

mammary gland of bovids (cows and sheep and goats)

an activity that you like or at which you are superior

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capture or kill, as in hunting

hang loosely, like an empty bag

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take unlawfully

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put into a bag

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He can be a bundle of nerves at the best of time so it should pay to suggest he'll struggle to average anything close to Chandler's 91.
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He has been a bundle of nerves and terrified while waiting to be sentenced.
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I'm a bundle of nerves," said Steve Walton, corporate director for Barclays Commercial, after finishing his stint as a cashier in Newcastle's Grainger Street branch.
Yes, he had a shocker and, yes, he was a bundle of nerves for the rest of the game but he will learn from it and become a better keeper.
With one child at death's door and another one coming back from the dead it's no wonder Kath Jones is a bundle of nerves.
Sharapova, seeded fourth, was a bundle of nerves and seemed distracted by a noisy small plane dragging an advertising banner that droned throughout the opening set until chased off by a police helicopter.
Down the center, a bundle of nerves runs from end to end.
I'm still a bundle of nerves when Bess goes out, although she hardly does since what happened.
It was if we were a big bundle of nerves in those first two games,'' Scorpions setter Mazi Sarahang said.
Everyone's final favourite was a bundle of nerves, which almost got the better of him as the unsettled Jackson asked the starter if he could stand up when he was down in his blocks.
The goal went down extremely well with one South African fan and he was a bundle of nerves as Senegal defended their slender lead.
Through thin fibers called axons, the nociceptors connect to the spinal cord, the pencil-thick bundle of nerves relaying information between the body's peripheral nervous system and the brain.
If your dog, cat, bird, hamster or even racehorse is down in the dumps or a bundle of nerves, don't despair.