Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of baggie.
  • n. Plural form of baggy.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It's now believed that the DNA was introduced to the forensic swabs at the factory, and that cops have been hunting someone who probably sticks q-tips in baggies all day and has never committed a crime.

    Boing Boing

  • Be careful with spices in baggies at any border, it's better to have things in the package they came in that says what they are on the outside.

    traveling through to Belize

  • And what about rice (not pre-packaged) cereal, spices in baggies, cornmeal or flour, pancake mix, etc?

    traveling through to Belize

  • Courtesy Everett Collection Surfers started wearing loose-fitting albeit midthigh-length trunks called baggies in the late 1950s and early '60s.

    Men's Swim Styles of Yesteryear

  • Surfers started wearing loose-fitting albeit midthigh-length trunks called baggies in the late 1950s and early '60s.

    Show Some Leg

  • Snacks that will not spoil – All Bran bites, cheddar buddies, granola in baggies.

    » Scattered Strocel.com

  • In one of the baggies was a vial of liquid that looked like light olive oil, in the other, an unlabeled tube of cream.

    On the Right Track

  • All gang bangers wore these kinda baggy pants, "baggies" and like a t-shirt, etc.

    dogsolitude Diary Entry

  • To have been terrified by a trout seems a bad beginning; and, thereafter, the mist gather's over the past, only to lift again when I see myself, with a crowd of other little children, sent to fish, with crooked pins, for minnows, or "baggies" as we called them, in the

    Angling Sketches

  • An officer reportedly found the "baggies" of cocaine in Mejia's purse during the search, police said.

    Musicrooms.net

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