Definition of Two-bagger

1. Noun. A base hit on which the batter stops safely at second base. "He hit a double to deep centerfield"

Exact synonyms: Double, Two-base Hit, Two-baser
Generic synonyms: Base Hit, Safety
Specialized synonyms: Line Double, Line-drive Double
Derivative terms: Double



Definition of Two-bagger

1. Noun. (baseball) A double (a two-base hit). ¹

2. Noun. (slang pejorative) An extremely unattractive person (usually female), the insinuation being that one bag covering her face would not be adequate. Within this joke, the second bag is often understood to cover the male's head in case the female's bag were to fall off. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Two-bagger

twixt
twixt-brain
twizzle
twizzled
twizzles
twizzling
two
two's company, three's a crowd
two's complement
two's complements
two-
two-a-penny
two-armed
two-bagger (current term)
two-base hit
two-baser
two-bellied muscle
two-bit
two-blocked
two-body problem
two-by-four
two-by-fours
two-capsuled
two-carbon fragment
two-chambered
two-channel
two-cleft
two-component plasma

Literary usage of Two-bagger

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1. Athletics at Princeton: A History by Frank Presbrey, James Hugh Moffatt (1901)
"In Cornell's first inning (with two out) a two-bagger, a single and a base on balls filled the bases. Hutchings retired the side on a grounder to third, ..."

2. Prose Specimens for Use with Classes in English Composition by Carson Samuel Duncan, Edwin Long Beck, William Lucius Graves (1913)
"Twice as high as Wagner's head it was speeding for the left fence like a bullet, a sure two-bagger. But it never got that far. The mighty Hans crouched and ..."

3. The Oberlin Review (1890)
"... Wilkinson hit a sacrifice fly to center, each man advancing a base; Booth's two-bagger brought both home; Codd flew out to Addams. ..."

4. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1918)
"... for be cheered just as loudly when a villainous White Sox rapped out a two-bagger as he did when one of the Juniors stole home from third. ..."

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