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  • n. Alternative spelling of feedbag.


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  • Trennery's Grocery Store, with his nose deep in a feed-bag.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • Steve recrossed to the door and began to unfasten the feed-bag from

    Then I'll Come Back to You

  • "The mater seems to have drastic ideas about the good old feed-bag, what!"

    Indiscretions of Archie

  • He used to bring me candy from town, hidden in his feed-bag.

    My Antonia

  • And her mother declared such sewing was hardly good enough for a feed-bag.

    A Little Girl of Long Ago

  • He threw his first punches against a feed-bag stuffed with rags, hung from an oak tree. Top Stories

  • By Monday, Carol was content to have the morning off to settle into one of my feed-bag chairs in my studio and savor her Cuban coffee.

    Pamela Jane's Studio

  • #4, raz, before I scrolled down to the math, I thought feed-bag.

    Regretsy – Regretsy Math

  • I pause here to note that, in the view of Superintendent Jorden Schiff, having enough leisure time for you and your friends to enjoy a meal together, rather than being herded through a line to get a feed-bag slapped on your snout before you’re herded back into class, doesn’t count as part of the greater good.

    Work to rule in middle school

  • a saddle on end, and putting a feed-bag behind it for a pillow.

    In the Ranks of the C.I.V.


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