American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Slang A person who collects money, as for racketeers.
- n. Chiefly British A traveling salesman.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who carries a bag; especially, one who travels on horse back carrying samples or wares in saddle-bags: a name formerly given to commercial travelers, but now used only as a term of moderate contempt.
- n. informal A person who collects, transports, or distributes illicit money, especially for the purpose of bribery, extortion, or the making of other improper payments.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A commercial traveler; one employed to solicit orders for manufacturers and tradesmen.
- n. a salesman who travels to call on customers
- n. a racketeer assigned to collect or distribute payoff money
“LaCava was the long-term bagman for Fred Couples, but the pair split when the veteran decided to reduce his playing schedule.”
“LaCava had been the long-term bagman for Fred Couples but the pair split in the summer after the golfer reduced his playing schedule.”
“When Andres was appointed Minister of Communications & Information (MinCI) the first time around -- post-Recall Referendum -- he committed perhaps his career's greatest folly by bringing in Yuri (I've been a revolutionary for 25 years) Pimentel as his Vice Minister ... an appropriate title since Yuri had (and still has) many vices that are ever more apparent in this current mishandling of just about everything at Venezolana de Television (VTV), to which presidential sinecure he was appointed after not achieving much at TeleSur, where he immediately had fitted squarely into the round hole as Izarra's "bagman" -- something that journalist Miguel Salazar so aptly illustrated in a recent issue of his 'Verdades de Miguel' political magazine ... and that's been a thorn in the butts of the Tom & Jerry team of Izarra/Pimentel for more time than they care to remember.”
“Of course, Wang was Lien Chan's bagman, which is why Lien openly supported him for the Chairmanship against Ma Ying-jeou.”
“But Gallagher's bid suffered untold damage when he flubbed the campaign's final TV debate Monday and fueled the impression that he had been a "bagman" - a collector of undisclosed and potentially corrupt donations - for Ireland's most ethically challenged party, Fianna Fail.”
“They called us "bagman" for our last article, and we were sure they would.”
“Michael White's "bagman" Nate Gray went to jail for 15 years.”
“Nate Gray, who is currently in prison, was White's "bagman," and collected bribes for contracts.”
“He was really like a kind of bagman," recalled McCartney later.”
“Her "bagman" multi-millionaire Eisenberg, set up a PAC to support "moderate" Republicans and defeat conservative ones.”
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