Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Hanging in bags or slack folds.
- Provided with bags.
- Retained in the bags after filtration: applied to crude sperm or other matter remaining in the filtering-bags after the process of bagging.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bag.
“Shoppers look at what you call bagged salad and say, 'That's not salad.”
“Some of the babies, two I think, are on ventilators, so they will have to be hand-bagged from the moment the power goes out until …”
“But the cat he's unmistakably struggling to keep bagged is that influence-wise, neither Gone Dad nor Fake Dad was a match for that embodiment of the pleasure principle, Virginia (Cassidy, Blythe, Clinton, Dwire) Kelley — good-time gal, unrepentant gambling addict, and staunch believer in working hard and playing by her own rules.”
“These leafy green vegetables are on the Dirty Dozen list, with spinach loaded with 45 different kinds of pesticides and kale 57. â¨â¨In 2006, Dole recalled bagged baby spinach after multiple E. coli illnesses associated with the vegetable made their way across the country.”
“In 2006, Dole recalled bagged baby spinach after multiple E. coli illnesses associated with the vegetable made their way across the country.”
“Prince and Dubs bagged up all the cocaine, money, guns, jewelry, and some expensive camera equipment while James kept an eye on Bell.”
“Most of the oblong tables she passed were occupied with scholars lost in their dusty realms, peering through magnifying glasses, labeling bagged finds, tapping on keyboards.”
“So that Mr. Haddad doesn't get surprised while searching for frozen soup or vegetables, he insists that his wife label her bagged carcasses before putting them in the freezer.”
“As for the value of the property bagged, that is another question.”
“The concept of running out of apples is foreign to these people," says Earthbound co-founder Myra Goodman, whose company recalled bagged spinach in the wake of the recent”
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