from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Material used for making bags.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A method of reaping corn or pulse by chopping it with a hook.
- noun The act of putting into bags.
- noun Filtration through canvas bags.
- noun Any coarse woven fabric of hemp, etc., out of which bags are made, or which is used for covering cotton-bales and for similar purposes.
- noun In the northern counties of England, food eaten between regular meals; now, especially in Lancashire, an afternoon meal, “afternoon tea” in a substantial form.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Cloth or other material for bags.
- noun The act of putting anything into, or as into, a bag.
- noun The act of swelling; swelling.
- noun engraving Reaping peas, beans, wheat, etc., with a chopping stroke.
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- verb Present participle of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun coarse fabric used for bags or sacks
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I don't believe in bagging any game or fish for tropies, but I am not saying those of you who do are wrong.
All this tea bagging is showing me and the rest of the world is that the right winged, conservative, republican Americans are wasteful, and ignorant ..
Of all the gross slang they could pick to mix up, tea bagging is definitely the best.
Why do the fascist wingnuts think tea bagging is necessarily homosexual conduct?
Was so happy to see Brokeback Mountain bagging Golden Globes yesterday.
The real trick to successful pheasant hunting lies not in bagging more birds, but in deriving more satisfaction from the ones you do shoot.
Both girls had been "bagging" - inhaling mothball fumes - after encouragement from classmates.
Burge, 60, was charged with lying in a civil rights lawsuit when he said he and detectives never engaged in activities such as "bagging" - covering a suspect's head with a typewriter cover until he couldn't breathe.
Last night, MSBNC’s David Shuster took Fox News — and particularly Neil Cavuto — to task for so relentlessly pushing the tea parties, noting that “the tea bagging is not a spontaneous uprising “:
Hmm. As a psych major I’m surprised I didn’t see the truth before: I don’t want to walk into the dark hall where the boogeyman lives … and where he’ll succeed in bagging one of my precious creations.