Did you mayhaps mean sandbagging?
- v. present participle of handbag.
“Yes, there is no question that Thatcher did hold out for the British rebate, famously in popular myth, going to Brussels and "handbagging" the opposition.”
“The force of the Iron Lady is also shown in the "handbagging”
“At home, the U.K. prime minister has been hailed in some quarters as a political genius who has stood up to European bullies, delivering a Thatcherite handbagging to Franco-German efforts to destroy the City of London.”
“It was David Cameron's toughest test to date, explaining to the Commons why he had gone far, far further than any previous prime minister in handbagging the European Union.”
“I hope that the highest bidder knows that if he's into handbagging, he's got a weapon with quite a track record.”
“After a handbagging from the Chancellery in Berlin, though, Sarkozy changed his tune, and declared that: "It would be a funny idea to mutualise the debt so that France and Germany would have to pay for the debt of others without having control over it.”
“Gays2Win and take on W2W - let the handbagging begin”
“Perhaps I should start Gays2Win and take on W2W - let the handbagging begin!”
“I now have the episode of Auntie Annabel handbagging Jack McConnell on my Tartan Hero blog.”
“In spite of all the petty handbagging about oysters and suchlike, it's undeniable that the Tories are undergoing an impressive renaissance.”
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