Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a saddlebag. [Arabic al-kurj, the saddlebag].
|a pack worn on the back; (verb) to hike with a pack on one's back.
|a receptacle for containing something; (verb) to put into a bag.
|(tradename) a variety of thin strong sealable plastic bag, used primarily for storing food.
|without a bag.
|like a bag.
|a small cloth bag containing dried beans and the like.
|a type of large rucksack.
|a bag for carrying books > BOOKBAGS.
|a small case for carrying briefs, or for documents in general
|a small bag for diamonds, gold dust etc.
|a small bag, usu worn on a belt round the waist, orig used by skiers, etc.
|a pouch or bag at the pommel of a saddle.
|a travelling-bag made of carpeting (not a bag for carrying carpets!).
|an overnight bag, a holdall.
|a sack for carrying coal.
|a bag; the male genitals.
|a small rucksack for use on short walks.
|a dilly-bag, an Australian aboriginal bag made of woven grass or fibre.
|a bundle formerly carried on the person by Highland troops; a kit-bag; a portmanteau.
|a bag for feeding horses.
|a sleeping-bag; a seedy place.
|a small round bag with plastic pellets or other material and used in games that require it being kept aloft with the feet.
|a bag for carrying game > GAMEBAGS.
|a bag for holding gas; a talkative person.
|a traveler's handbag.
|a bag or sack made from gunny, a coarse jute fabric.
|a bag for small articles, carried esp by women; (verb) to attack, undermine > HANDBAGS, HANDBAGGING, HANDBAGGED.
|a rigid container on a motorcycle > HARDBAGS.
|a rigid rucksack.
|a bag worn over the shoulder for carrying provisions.
|a portable case or bag for miscellaneous articles.
|a backpack with jets used for transport > JETPACKS.
|a water container made from animal hide.
|a bag for holding kit.
|a bag of canvas or other weatherproof material with shoulder-straps, carried on the back esp. by soldiers and hikers.
|a bag for litter.
|a bag for holding mail.
|a pouch for holding mail.
|a sack for holding mail.
|a bag for small articles carried by men > MANBAGS.
|a pack designed to be carried by one person.
|a hobo's swag or bundle.
|a bag for holding money.
|a small knapsack.
|a food bag hung over a horse's head.
|as in nunny bag, a small sealskin haversack.
|a person staying overnight; an overnight bag.
|a backpack or rucksack; (verb) to put into a receptacle for transportation or storage
|a carrying bag worn on the back.
|colloquial for pack > PAKS.
|(Maori) a rucksack.
|(dial.) a bag, a pouch.
|a wallet for papers or money carried in the pocket; a small book for the pocket; a handbag.
|a corrupt form of PORTMANTEAU, a travelling bag.
|to put into a polythene bag > POLYBAGS, POLYBAGGING, POLYBAGGED.
|a travelling bag > PORTMANTEAUS or PORTMANTEAUX.
|a bag for holding mail.
|a pocket, purse, bag; (verb) to form a pouch.
|to pack in advance.
|a small bag for money etc.; (verb) to pucker.
|like a purse.
|a bag for storing scraps of cloth.
|to pack again.
|a woman's workbag, or a little bag to be carried in the hand, originally of network
|a SATCHEL suspended from a cavalry officer's belt.
|a large bag made of coarse fabric, thick paper, etc; (verb) to dismiss from an employment.
|a small bag containing potpourri or other scented material; a bag for holding handkerchiefs, etc.
|a bag carried at, or attached to, the saddle.
|a bag containing sand; (verb) to stun with a bag of sand.
|a small carrying bag.
|carrying a satchel.
|a satchel, a bag for carrying school books.
|a small bag; a satchel.
|a bag used by a sailor.
|a pouch, as for tobacco.
|a bag for holding a toilet sponge.
|a bundle of possessons carried by someone on foot.
|a bag containing tea leaves for infusion.
|a bag for holding tools.
|a golf bag, a shopping trolley.
|a bag used to carry food in the bush or by jolly swagmen.
|an overnight travelling-bag.
|a small bag for carrying toiletries > WASHBAGS.
|a bag for holding wine, made out of a skin.
|a bag for holding implements or materials for work.
|of a plastic bag, having seams that may be pressed together to form a seal; (verb) to seal with a ziplock.