American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a variety of plastic storage bags. This trademark, often styled without a final s and in lowercase, sometimes occurs in print with the meaning "a small plastic bag”: "[He] pulls out a Baggie full of parsley” ( Washington Post).
- n. Plural form of Baggie.
- n. soccer West Bromwich Albion Football Club
“The Baggies were a minute away from winning after Chris Brunt's penalty midway through the second half only for Marouane Fellaini to volley in an equaliser.”
“The Baggies are another club thought to be keeping tabs on young Plymouth striker Ashley Barnes.”
“Albion are lining up potential raids on top Premier League clubs for January loan signings after 'big four' managers called the Baggies to offer players.”
“The club, known as the "Baggies," has bounced back and forth from Premier League promotion and relegation in recent years.”
“The Carling Cup victory over the "Baggies" on Tuesday night revealed that our youth players have retained their ability to outclass decent Championship sides.”
“Wolves still have to play the Baggies twice, as well as Blackpool at home on Saturday, so that is a possible nine points to aim for against sides who have spent the past couple of months dropping to the wrong end of the table.”
“I guess the two 12-ounce Baggies of fresh pot were enough.”
“For every person you meet who believes that, however, you will meet two or three more who will tell you the Baggies will do a Hull.”
“Under Tony Mowbray the Baggies were somewhat patronisingly, though not totally inaccurately, characterised as a positive passing side with not quite enough steel to stay up.”
“Ipswich would have perhaps expected to be have been joined in the draw by Leicester, but Sven-Goran Erikkson's side were comprehensively beaten 4-1 by West Bromwich Albion at the Walkers Stadium, the Baggies extending their unbeaten run in all competitions to eight matches.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Baggies’.
Looking for tweets for Baggies.