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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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References in classic literature ?
Tarzan watched and was sure that they would hold, yet Numa is mightily muscled and there was the chance, always, that he might struggle free of his bonds after which all would depend upon the efficacy of Tarzan's bags and draw strings.
About the only thing that had not been demolished was a machine gun which had been protected by sand bags.
THEN the mouse came out of her jam pot, and Benjamin took the paper bag off his head, and they told the doleful tale.
Pickwick, Sir, there is a suit of clothes in that bag, and a hat in that box, which, I expect, in the effect they will produce, will be invaluable to me, sir.
Peter Magnus rang the bell for the chambermaid; and the striped bag, the red bag, the leathern hat-box, and the brown-paper parcel, having been conveyed to his bedroom, he retired in company with a japanned candlestick, to one side of the house, while Mr.
On the eighth night a fearful storm of wind and rain came on while the Herd-boy was on his way to bring the beautiful girl another bag of gold.
So we agreed to this," went on Much, "and spread a cloak down, and he opened his bag and shook it thereon.
At the sight of that bag, Pinocchio felt slightly happier and thought to himself:
I beg your pardon, my friend, but why then are you wearing that cotton bag over your ears?
The knife had been found in the bureau by the departed deacon's bedside-- found in the place where the little bag of church money had lain, which the minister himself had seen the day before.
The search was made, and it ended--in William Dane's finding the well-known bag, empty, tucked behind the chest of drawers in Silas's chamber
Her jingling conveyance stopped at last at a fast-closed gateway, which appeared to belong to somebody who had gone to bed very early, and was much afraid of housebreakers; Rosa, discharging her conveyance, timidly knocked at this gateway, and was let in, very little bag and all, by a watchman.
With anxious grapnels I had sounded my pocket, and only brought up a few pieces of silver, --So, wherever you go, Ishmael, said I to myself, as I stood in the middle of a dreary street shouldering my bag, and comparing the gloom towards the north with the darkness towards the south --wherever in your wisdom you may conclude to lodge for the night, my dear Ishmael, be sure to inquire the price, and don't be too particular.
I didn't either; but it had its bag along, I noticed that.
Anna answered a few words, but not foreseeing any entertainment from the conversation, she asked Annushka to get a lamp, hooked it onto the arm of her seat, and took from her bag a paper knife and an English novel.