Crossword clues for bags
Etymology 1 alt. (context Australia New Zealand English) To reserve for oneself. vb. (context Australia New Zealand English) To reserve for oneself. Etymology 2
n. 1 (plural of bag English) 2 (context uncountable English) Dark circles under the eyes, caused by lack of sleep etc. vb. (en-third-person singular of: bag)
Bags is the plural of bag.
Bags or The Bags may also refer to:
Usage examples of "bags".
I had five boxes of Fiddle Faddle, two bags of Double-Stuff Oreo cookies, a ten-pack of Snickers bars, two bags of Fritos and one of Doritos, seven Gogurts in a variety of flavors, one bag of Chips Ahoy chocolate chip cookies, a box of Count Chocula, a two-pound bag of Skittles, and a six-pack of Yoo-Hoo locked in my room.
For months, Dornan had been having god knows what nightmares about Tammy maybe sitting in seven separate garbage bags in a ditch alongside some dirt road in Alabama, or getting married to a red-haired, pompous psychologist, or wandering New York in an amnesiac daze.
Around the belt of the warm woolen dress she was wearing, a couple of little bags were tied, like the kind Anachronists wore with their medieval outfits.
But while he basked in his new happiness I travelled in my close stuffy envelope to Dulminster, and after having been tossed in and out of bags, shuffled, stamped, thumped, tied up, and generally shaken about, I arrived one morning at Dulminster Archdeaconry, and was laid on the breakfast table among other appetising things to greet Mrs.
She needed a bag from the warehouse because if the paramedics were spiking the bags, they were most likely doing it there.
Her behavior had been inappropriate, but now she knew that something about those IV bags scared Nola to death.
Surely the drug company that supplied the IV bags did not do the injecting.
Theodore just enough to get him through each day, and all Theodore has to do is spike a few bags at the warehouse and load them onto his truck.
She had mailed all three bags simultaneously, the one from the Birth Center, the unwrapped one from the ambulance, and the one she had bribed from the warehouse receptionist.
After going through the voice mail system, she finally found the tech who could identify the bags Rae had sent.
The tech informed Rae that the bags had indeed been received days earlier but wound up in the wrong place for several days.
The tech was not sure now where the bags were, but they were most likely on their way to the dump.
He must have looked at the bags after she left and found something to confirm his suspicions.
She also wanted to know if he had found holes in the bags, as she suspected.
Just tell him that you found some holes in the bags and you want to ask him some questions.