Synonyms

1. burlap

noun. ['ˈbɝːˌlæp'] coarse jute fabric.

Synonyms

  • gunny
  • bagging

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Rhymes with Burlap 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

Sentences with burlap-bag


1. Noun Phrase
Place the comb into the burlap bag, and the bag into the cooking pot.

2. Noun Phrase
Wrap the venison in a burlap bag tightly and securely, and place in a deep baking pan.

3. Noun Phrase
Cover the hydrangea with a burlap bag if any freezing temperatures are predicted after the mesh is removed.

2. 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)

3. 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)

4. 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)

5. 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)

6. bag

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

Synonyms

  • bagful

Antonyms

  • sink
  • source

Etymology

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

7. bag

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

Synonyms

  • capture

Antonyms

  • anastalsis
  • dormant

Etymology

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

8. 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)

9. 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)

10. 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)
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