Definitions

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  • n. Any of a range of disposable, resealable storage bags that are fastened by a pair of interlocking plastic flanges.

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Examples

  • Two autographed baseballs are carefully encased in Ziploc bags.

    USATODAY.com - Shanksville plans tribute to courage

  • A PT shirt sent to me in a Ziploc was my favorite gift ever.

    All Five Senses - SpouseBUZZ

  • SC Johnson, which makes household products such as Ziploc, Raid and Windex, debuted on the list in the top 10.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Microwaves can be used for defrosting, re-heating leftovers, cooking raw foods, even steaming foods thanks to the new crop of cheap and easy to use food steaming bags on the market from manufacturers such as Ziploc, found in the same aisle as the sandwich and freezer bags.

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  • 4:00 PM - Snatch zip-top bag not "Ziploc" because bloggers can only afford generic store brands of prunes and dried apricots that I very wisely brought with me in my purse and bottled water.

    F Words - What a Food Blogger Eats During Fashion Week

  • In the back corner of the room stands a table set up for committees advertising upcoming parish events, and two women sell tickets to the November turkey supper fund-raiser—depositing the money they receive into a large Ziploc bag stuffed with cash and checks.

    American Grace

  • He packed the sandwich in his suitcase as well—in yet another Ziploc bag in another side pocket.

    Fatal Error

  • I take a Ziploc out of my pocket, bag the bone, and return the key ring.

    Soul Trapper

  • She goes into the pantry and pulls out a large Ziploc bag, then fills it up with ice.

    Deep Throat Diva

  • Fire Starters (Vaseline, cotton balls, Ziploc bags, will make in Lynn Lake) 1 comprehensive MedKit

    Nate Matthews here (I'm the online editor).

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