Definition of Ragbags

1. Noun. (plural of ragbag) ¹

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Definition of Ragbags

1. ragbag [n] - See also: ragbag

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ragbags

rag gourd
rag paper
rag pudding
rag rug
rag the puck
rag trade
rag week
raga
ragalike
ragamuffin
ragamuffins
ragas
ragazine
ragazines
ragbag
ragbags (current term)
ragbolt
ragbolts
ragde
ragdolls
rage
rageaholic
rageaholics
raged
ragee
ragees
rageful
ragefully
ragefulness
rageholic

Literary usage of Ragbags

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1. Life and Letter of Peter and Susan Lesley by Mary Lesley Ames (1909)
"At last we reached Phila?, and dismounted at the temple surrounded by ragbags, as Mr. Hale calls the Arabs. The whole place seemed to us wholly different ..."

2. The Reminiscences of Carl Schurz by Carl Schurz, Frederic Bancroft, William Archibald Dunning (1908)
"Mothers had to ransack old ragbags to find material for clothing their children. Ladies accustomed to a life of abundance and fashion had not only to work ..."

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