from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A disposable plastic or paper bag provided to a passenger for use in case of airsickness or seasickness.
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The image of me strapped into the back with my head in a barf bag while Anna Fisher and Judy Resnik did loop-de-loops was too much for my testicles to take.
I lifted the floor-mounted trapdoor to access the wet-trash container and shoved Mike’s barf bag through the rubber grommet.