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  • n. Plural form of bumbag.


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  • During one performance last week, an elderly couple in matching cagoules and bumbags sat in the front row clutching their programmes like shields, alongside three 15-year-old boys who blinked at me shyly through mountainous, overstyled fringes.

    Isy Suttie: My Edinburgh

  • Tales of buggered bumbags/dented Thermoses panicked-up via thunderous VOICEOVER & crash-zooms of HEATHER.

    The Guardian World News

  • But plodding through Bath's ancient spas, being told by the electronic guide that you're looking at the Spring overflow when all you can see in front of you is a party of German schoolchildren in Korn T-shirts and bumbags, surely has nothing on the experience of living through Murder at Beacon Hill.

    The Guardian World News

  • Peter Pilotto's furry flourishes were rather entertaining: a big pocket here, a cuff there, and belts that could have been bumbags.

    Life and style |

  • He's promised to show me how to race around a velodrome, and I suddenly feel deeply inadequate, like those posturing Frenchmen one sees on holiday: plink-plonking in their silly cycle shoes, sporting bumbags and over-tight Lycra. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph


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