Definition of Baggings
1. bagging [n] - See also: bagging
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baggings
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Literary usage of Baggings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tariff Schedules: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of by Oscar Wilder Underwood (1913)
"... and baggings free and the collection of a duty of 1 cent a pound on all bags, either new or secondhand, would open up to this country the enormous field ..."
2. Paper in Foreign Countries: Uses of Wood Pulp by United States Dept. of State, United States Bureau of foreign commerce (1900)
"Fletcher, Falconar & Co., Scotswood, Newcastle; manilas and browns; from $1.70 to $4.38 per cwt. of 112 pounds; use old ropes and baggings. ..."
3. Some Longer Elizabethan Poems by Arthur Henry Bullen (1903)
"... it being in the Long Vacation in summer time, when great breeches had been [were] much in fashion, with baggings out at the knees, taking up much cloth, ..."
4. A survey of London by John Stow (1842)
"... the east part thereof, towards the north, it runneth to the west side of baggings hall ward, and towards the south it join- eth to the ward of Cheape. ..."