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  • adj. comparative form of baggy: more baggy


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  • (This is is the big culture movement that transformed the domestic space and it gives us a glimpse of how homeyness is being transformed by new forces in in American culture: feminism, new child rearing, American individualism, the "baggier" family, the celebrity culture, and, yes, artisanal chocolate again.) 4. cloudy selves and cloudy groups.

    Grant McCracken

  • Another tip: I like to go a size up in a sleeveless romper, for a longer waist and baggier fit—like the black-and-white, tribal-print, zip-front romper I bought this year at Forever 21.

    Getting Out of a Jeans Rut

  • As you said: Journals for me are baggier, more impressionistic, more chaotic, impulsive, receivers of random impressions, trains of thought, images, vignettes you see along the way.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Paris journal

  • A shy person might wear longer sleeves over their hands and, maybe, baggier, more concealing clothing (jackets and hoodies and turtlenecks).

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Open Writing Forum

  • Meanwhile, fashion trends are conspiring to require even greater use of these materials as hemlines drop lower, and as looser, baggier styles grow popular.

    Materials Girls: Designers Trim Hemlines, Costs

  • Louis Vuitton Malletier Louis Vuitton's spring 2011 collection shows baggier pants.

    Menswear Loosens Up

  • Maybe he is starting to look a little bit like Willie these days — his long gray hair a little stringier, his jeans a little more worn and baggier — but his signature country warble was clear and true, his command of the songs impeccable.

    Erica C. Barnett as Music Journalist: Her Report from SXSW « PubliCola

  • Early drafts are rougher and baggier and less disciplined than the polished final product, but can be more entertaining as a result.

    Jonathan Franzen's Freedom has been pulped. MORE HEADLINE TO GO HERE

  • And the result is much baggier than we think of language as being, because we live under the artificial circumstance of engaging language so much on the page, artificially enshrined, embellished, and planned out.


  • "At one time, my jeans were much baggier, of course they were," he said.

    From Phat to Skinny


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