EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BAGGY
I saw only the lower end of our balloon, which was overhanging its base, all loose and baggy.
Was everything, even a baggy young teacher of Arabic, foreordained?
He removed his marsuit to stand in baggy trousers and loose tunic.
Grizzled, ageless, watery-eyed, their clothing clean but baggy.
She raised her skirt and the girls shrieked with laughter at the baggy stockings.
The Armenian, in fez and baggy trousers, spoke of the Unspeakable Turk.
He took off his cap and pointed to a hole through the baggy top.
The sleeves were long and baggy so he looked fat rather than muscular.
His clothes were worn and darned in places, and wrinkled and baggy in others.
He found that there was still a modicum of life and its energy within his baggy hide.