Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Mad; bewitched.

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Examples

  • Certainly in the recent past the Turkey-bag-and-baggaged-out-of-Europe Policy has sapped the loyalty of seventy millions in British India, to whom Islam is everything and independent India of itself but a very little thing.

    The Return of the Turk

  • When it was announced that the boat from England was in we went out and saw the be-bundled and be-baggaged passengers come ashore and go to the train which was waiting alongside.

    Nellie Bly's Book: Around the World in Seventy-Two Days

  • It regretted me [49] that, my books and every thing being packed, I could not send you a few things I meant for you; but they were all sealed and baggaged, so as to have made it a month's work to get at them again.

    Life of Lord Byron With His Letters And Journals

  • Definitely ended up happy to be travelling back to Australia in comfy shoes with my over baggaged suitcase.

    S Studio by Shai Coggins

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