- n coarse fabric used for bags or sacks
- v capture or kill, as in hunting
- v hang loosely, like an empty bag
- v bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge
- v take unlawfully
- v put into a bag
- And thanks to the national mood favoring Democrats and accusations of carpet-bagging against the Republican in the race, the contest to fill Doolittle's seat has become one of the .
- For fans of underground art and more than a few mainstream collectors, snapping Banksy would be like bagging the Loch Ness monster and there are similar questions as to whether .
- DiBenedetto, after finally bagging his quarry, will watch Einhorn disappear into the Impressionist painting in which he has lived for the past four years.
- Alexander Downer in Reuters.uk
We are Australians and basically with our mates, we don't go around bagging them for the convenience of headlines and being sort of cheap-skate popular politicians,said Downer.
- Keith Olbermann in Huffington Post (blog)
Monday night, Olbermann described Brown as "an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, tea-bagging supporter of violence against women and against politicians with whom he disagrees."
- Lote Tuqiri in Sydney Morning Herald
The confidence have come from the wins so far but this is three or four steps up from those other Tests in quality,Tuqiri said. "Not bagging the other teams but this is the World Champions (we are up against) and the new ELVs are something...