- n. alternative spelling of bum bag.
“A bumbag or fanny pack (hideous creation really) is just a small pack that you wear around your waist.”
“My favourite US/UK difference has to be the American word for bumbag: ‘fanny pack’.”
“When it gets hot in South Africa i more often have bags on my belt, or a bumbag, but they have a way of snagging when getting in and out of cars or sitting in armchairs.”
“Though her 'handbag' is a functional and useful bumbag, so I have no idea what she was implying here.”
“Never mind," he said cheerfully, and stripped his bumbag of all but the most crucial items of equipment.”
“If head-to-toe leopard seems a bit too Big Cat Diary to appeal, then a waterproof rucksack or bumbag in the same print are an easy way to add a distinctive touch to a more classic outfit.”
“Cue the heels, aqua-green bumbag and fuchsia mini-dress she gamely clambers into for the New Review's photoshoot.”
“With leaves scattered on the floor, this autumnal woodland wonderland also threw up fabulous furry mitten-style gloves, a sheepskin bumbag, a fox-print T-shirt, a toadstool print, lashings of faux fur, millions of coat ideas and long cable-knit socks.”
“Forget Mr Motivator, this bumbag revival can be revolutionary to the fashion glitterati.”
“If you are feeling brave and want to show off your bumbag with pride, then choose the pink - it's bound to get enviable looks as you strut to your next meeting!”
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