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a vulgar promiscuous woman who flouts propriety

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a worthless or immoral woman

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the portable equipment and supplies of an army

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Peterson ain't going to pay any more excess baggage than he has to.
Into the midst of them, when with more howlings and yelpings they were loaded into the baggage car, was Michael's cage piled.
"You won't be able to find either your baggage or anything else now, Prince.
The boat containing the exploring party and Val Jacinto took the lead, the baggage craft following.
The party reached it about ten o'clock in the morning, but landed on the opposite side of the river, where they spread out their baggage and effects to dry.
So I told the folks I reckoned I would go up to the town and fetch down my baggage. The old gentleman was for going along with me, but I said no, I could drive the horse myself, and I druther he wouldn't take no trouble about me.
Let them unload two of the sumpter-mules, and put the baggage behind two of the serfs.
He sends for your theater tickets, and pays for them; he sends for any possible article you can require, be it a doctor, an elephant, or a postage stamp; and when you leave, at last, you will find a subordinate seated with the cab-driver who will put you in your railway compartment, buy your tickets, have your baggage weighed, bring you the printed tags, and tell you everything is in your bill and paid for.
A breastwork was thrown up of saddles, baggage, and camp furniture, and all hands waited anxiously for daylight.
'They have taken the baggage and all the guns,' yelled the Frenchman, firing blindly into the twilight.