Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of ragbag.

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Examples

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Sometimes, Wiggins said, he knows it is easy for city folks or for others not familiar with the commitment of an unpaid volunteer firefighter to think of a rural department as a "bunch of 'ragbags'" who play at the dangerous profession.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

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