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air bag a bag in the front of some automobile interiors that inflates automatically in a collision and prevents the passengers from being thrust forward.
bag something that resembles a bag. [3/11 definitions]
bagful the amount that a bag can or does hold. [1/2 definitions]
bagpipe a musical instrument, played esp. in Scotland, consisting of a double-reed melody pipe and one or more drone pipes that protrude from a flexible leather bag that is inflated through a blowpipe by the breath or by bellows.
balloon a large bag made of thin material designed to inflate and be lifted off the ground when filled with hot air or a gas that is lighter than air. [3/8 definitions]
barracks bag a large cylindrical bag of heavy cloth, usu. with a drawstring, used to contain a soldier's personal belongings; duffel bag.
base1 in baseball, one of the four corners of the infield, or the bag marking any of these points. [1/7 definitions]
beanbag a small cloth bag with dried beans or pellets sealed inside, used as a plaything. [2 definitions]
body bag a zippered bag, usu. rubber, used to transport a human corpse.
brown-bag to bring (a meal, usu. lunch) to work, school, or the like in, or as in, a brown paper bag. [3 definitions]
carpetbag a traveling bag of heavy fabric, esp. carpet. [1/2 definitions]
carryall2 a large bag or basket, carried by one person.
ditty bag a small bag, used esp. by sailors, for personal articles, sewing implements, or the like.
doggie bag a bag or box in which a restaurant will pack leftovers of a patron's meal to betaken home, presumably to be fed to a pet.
drawstring a cord or the like that is drawn through a sewn channel in fabric and pulled so as to tighten or close an opening, as of pants, a bag, or the like.
duff2 a thick pudding that is boiled in a cloth bag or steamed and often contains dried fruit and spices.
duffel bag a large cylindrical canvas bag used to carry clothing and personal items.
feed bag a bag that can be filled with feed, slipped over a horse's muzzle, and kept in place with straps over the animal's head.
handbag a bag or similar receptacle, used usu. by women to carry small personal articles and necessities; purse. [1/2 definitions]
haversack a strong bag with a single strap, usu. worn over one shoulder and used to carry food or supplies.
hot-air balloon a bag made of thin material that is inflated with hot air, causing it to rise and float in the atmosphere. Large hot-air balloons can be attached to a basket or gondola, and used to transport people or equipment.