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  • noun Plural form of grab-bag.

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Examples

  • There have been selections from the Journal, but they all feel like grab-bags of the good bits, not the way reading the Journal really feels.

    Guest posts

  • There have been selections from the Journal, but they all feel like grab-bags of the good bits, not the way reading the Journal really feels.

    A Different Stripe:

  • There have been selections from the Journal, but they all feel like grab-bags of the good bits, not the way reading the Journal really feels.

    A Conversation with Damion Searls about Thoreau's Journal

  • There have been selections from the Journal, but they all feel like grab-bags of the good bits, not the way reading the Journal really feels.

    Navelgazing

  • They are the ruin of the earth, and I am just a little doctor with his modest practice ... haven't the heart to shill the pharamaceuticals grab-bags to make my own extra coin on the side!

    Excerpt from The Vicious Circulation of Dr Catastrope

  • I sorted through my grab-bags and there were some things in there that will go straight to Olivia, but also lots of nice smallish pieces which will be good for postcards or birthday swap blocks.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • I sorted through my grab-bags and there were some things in there that will go straight to Olivia, but also lots of nice smallish pieces which will be good for postcards or birthday swap blocks.

    Bits and pieces (my favourite blog headline!)

  • On meaner days shriveled grab-bags could be got at the corner for a penny -- if such mild fortune fell your way -- mere starvelings by comparison -- and to this shop you had often trotted after school when learning sat heaviest on your soul.

    Chimney-Pot Papers

  • You roused an old woman from her knitting behind the stove and demanded that a choice of grab-bags be placed before you.

    Chimney-Pot Papers

  • It consists of bazars, grab-bags, neck-tie festivals, church suppers, fairs, cake-walks, broom drills, ice cream festivals, and I don't know how many other things.

    History of the First African Baptist Church, From its Organization, January 20th, 1788, to July 1st, 1888. Including the Centennial Celebration, Addresses, Sermons, Etc.

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