bag and baggage

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of bag and baggage

chiefly British
:with all possessions :completely
  • He got rid of the visitors, bag and baggage.

Word by Word Definitions

bag play
  1. : a usually flexible container that may be closed for holding, storing, or carrying something: such as

  2. : purse

  3. : a bag for game

  1. : to swell out : bulge

  2. : to hang loosely

  3. : to cause to swell

baggage play
  1. : suitcases, trunks, and personal belongings of travelers : luggage

  2. : transportable equipment especially of a military force

  3. : intangible things (such as feelings, circumstances, or beliefs) that get in the way

  1. : a contemptible woman

  2. : a young woman


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