This evening I had company in the shape of a bagman, a smartish fellow.
They called us "bagman" for our last article, and we were sure they would.
To be a bagman is to be humble, but not of necessity vulgar.
Let the bagman return to his business, the squire to his five-barred gate.
Look here—have you thought about the bagman's story—the first one?
The bagman seemed a decentish sort of chap in his way, but, my word!
He was just an unknown American bagman, with a motor car, and a lot of time on his hands—and I picked him up.
Spindler has a humorous novel, whose hero, a travelling clerk or bagman, meets with a variety of amusing adventures.
He had a faint hope that the announcement might affect the other as it had affected the bagman at Kilchrist.
Such a superlative was felt by all to be a masterpiece of language, and turned the laugh against the bagman.