a wig with the back hair enclosed in a fabric bag, much used in the 18th century.
an 18th-century wig with hair pushed back into a bag
a woman who collects, carries, or distributes illegal payoff money.
a revetment, consisting of heavy material sewn into bags, for protecting embankments against scour.
any moth of the family Psychidae in its caterpillar phase, in which it wraps itself in a bag of silk, leaves, etc. Historical Examples My trees are troubled with tent-caterpillar, bagworm and roundhead borer. The Apple Various noun the larva of moths of the family Psychidae, which forms a protective case of silk covered with […]
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bag zs Related Terms cop zs verb phrase (Variations: bag or catch or cut or get or pile up or stack may replace cop)To sentimental material and utters relatively simpleminded moral convictions: Eisenhower on no account can be called a cornball (1940s+)