bag[ bag ]SEE DEFINITION OF bag
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BAG
Grace took out of her bag a guest towel she was embroidering.
With his bag in hand, he wandered through the streets, uncertain what to do or where to go.
And now I must pack up a few necessaries in my bag, and be off to Mr. Brunton's.
That bag at his girdle is full of the teeth that he drew at Winchester fair.
I have a bag at my belt, camarade, and you have but to put your fist into it for what you want.
On these occasions he always determined to clear out the bag.
He felt that modern methods and the best usage might not have approved of the bag.
He's a sawhorse—he's as heavy in th' head as a bag of salt; he'll never do no good to nobody.
The porter wheeled a truck, bearing John's trunk and bag, up to them as he spoke.
Over his shoulder he carried a bag, tied round and round with a rope.