- n. alternative spelling of man-bag.
“How will Kerry Katona's arrse put up with the icy freezer cabinets of Iceland - will she have the decency to arch her back and prevent one's "manbag" touching the icy metal surfaces?”
“But, it became too much of an oversized "manbag" with too much stuff I really didn't need to take to work.”
“A manicure set, a case for a vanity mirror, a "manbag" and a thigh boot are some of 18,000 objects that have remained in storage since they were recovered from the sea bed almost 30 years ago because the present museum in Portsmouth is too small.”
“Other items revealed by the Trust include a giant wooden spoon used to stir a cauldron of porridge and an extremely-well preserved leather '' manbag ''.”
“Unless you were carrying a handbag/manbag of course.”
“Gucci In the past decade, manbag has become particularly common -- both as a product and as a word.”
“Olivier Morin/AFP/Getty Images Oxford English Dictionary gave 'manbag' a stamp of approval five years ago -- the only new men's fashion term to receive the distinction.”
“Fiona McPherson, the dictionary's senior editor for new words, said manbag had met the test of time.”
“They gave "manbag" a stamp of approval five years ago—the only new men's fashion term to receive the distinction.”
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