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1. bag

noun. ['ˈbæg'] a flexible container with a single opening.

Synonyms

  • book bag
  • backpack
  • poke
  • golf bag
  • schoolbag
  • haversack
  • mailbag
  • burn bag
  • purse
  • paper bag
  • air bag
  • gunny sack
  • ice pack
  • container
  • envelope
  • ice bag
  • nosebag
  • rosin bag
  • sachet
  • sickbag
  • tote
  • sweat bag
  • feedbag
  • back pack
  • skin
  • tote bag
  • packsack
  • carrier bag
  • vacuum bag
  • burlap bag
  • sleeping bag
  • rucksack
  • tea bag
  • gunnysack
  • pannier
  • drawstring bag
  • sandbag
  • postbag
  • saddlebag
  • beanbag
  • human remains pouch
  • carryall
  • holdall
  • gasbag
  • knapsack
  • sick bag
  • tucker-bag
  • pouch
  • sack
  • bladder
  • dust bag
  • body bag
  • ragbag
  • personnel pouch
  • gamebag
  • sponge bag
  • toilet bag
  • shopping bag
  • tool bag

Antonyms

  • incidental
  • genuine
  • legitimate
  • superior

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)

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Words that Rhyme with Bag

  • reflag
  • montag
  • spragg
  • scragg
  • codag
  • stagg
  • stag
  • snag
  • slag
  • schrag
  • schlag
  • plagge
  • kragh
  • gragg
  • flagg
  • flag
  • drag
  • cragg
  • clagg
  • bragg
  • brag
  • blagg
  • zag
  • wragg
  • wagg
  • wag
  • tagge
  • tagg
  • tag
  • shag

How do you pronounce bag?

Pronounce bag as bæg.

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Example sentences of the word bag


1. Noun, singular or mass
Tomatoes will keep for up to three days in the paper bag.

2. Adjective
The recall involved 70 million air bag inflators installed by 19 vehicle manufacturers.

Quotes containing the word bag


1. A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it's in hot water.
- Eleanor Roosevelt

2. Marriage is like putting your hand into a bag of snakes in the hope of pulling out an eel.
- Leonardo da Vinci

3. We were kissing.I thought: This is good.I thought: I am not bad at this kissing. Not bad at all.I thought: I am clearly the greatest kisser in the history of the universe.Suddenly she laughed and pulled away from me. She wiggled a hand out of her sleeping bag and wiped her face. "You slobbered on my nose,"she said, and laughed
- John Green, Looking for Alaska

2. bag

noun. ['ˈbæg'] the quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person).

Antonyms

  • discontinuation

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)

3. bag

noun. ['ˈbæg'] a container used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women).

Synonyms

  • container
  • clutch bag
  • clasp
  • clutch
  • evening bag
  • shoulder bag
  • reticule
  • purse
  • handbag
  • pocketbook

Antonyms

  • unbuckle
  • unfasten
  • let go of
  • father

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)

4. bag

noun. ['ˈbæg'] a place that the runner must touch before scoring.

Synonyms

  • home base
  • baseball diamond
  • home
  • third base
  • infield
  • first base
  • diamond
  • baseball equipment
  • plate
  • third
  • home plate
  • second base

Antonyms

  • male parent
  • forbid
  • disallow
  • hide

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)

5. bag

noun. ['ˈbæg'] the quantity that a bag will hold.

Synonyms

  • bagful

Antonyms

  • sink
  • source

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)

6. bag

verb. ['ˈbæg'] capture or kill, as in hunting.

Synonyms

  • capture

Antonyms

  • anastalsis
  • dormant

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)

7. bag

noun. ['ˈbæg'] a portable rectangular container for carrying clothes.

Synonyms

  • Gladstone bag
  • weekender
  • traveling bag
  • overnight bag
  • Gladstone
  • luggage
  • gripsack
  • garment bag
  • overnight case
  • grip
  • portmanteau
  • carpetbag
  • travelling bag
  • overnighter
  • suitcase

Antonyms

  • infield
  • trapezium
  • cathode
  • cardinal

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)

8. bag

noun. ['ˈbæg'] an activity that you like or at which you are superior.

Synonyms

  • cup of tea
  • activity

Antonyms

  • straight line
  • overstate
  • weaken

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)

9. bag

noun. ['ˈbæg'] mammary gland of bovids (cows and sheep and goats).

Synonyms

  • mamma
  • nanny
  • cow
  • nanny-goat
  • udder
  • she-goat
  • moo-cow
  • mammary gland

Antonyms

  • hire
  • man
  • bore
  • inexpedient

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)

10. bag

verb. ['ˈbæg'] put into a bag.

Synonyms

  • pack

Antonyms

  • inactiveness
  • inaction

Etymology

  • bagge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • baggi (Old Norse)
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