Examples of baggy in a Sentence
These pants are too baggy at the knees.
Recent Examples of baggy from the Web
Borland wore outlandish body paint and outfits onstage, and Durst became a tragic fashion icon of sorts, with his backwards baseball cap, natty goatee, and baggy JNCO shorts.
TLC wear their baggy clothes as a statement, but Salt-N-Pepa flaunt their figures.
And there were pieces that will have plenty lining up at Dover Street Market to cop—like the baggy shorts, inside-out jackets and Nike Air Max 180s made exclusively for Comme des Garçons.
The veteran Dutch menswear designer took suits with a flavor of the 1950s and mixed them up with sports references, on-trend baggy pants, hoodies and sneakers.
Baggy pants — gently pleated and loose at the hip — were on-trend.
Sumptuous baggy pants in wool gabardine had a touch of masculine class with two pleats structuring the material, capped with stylish sandals in calf leather.
Next to Stewart, who is dressed in crisp, white capris and a chic khaki jacket, sits Snoop in baggy shorts and a royal blue Regulator hoodie, his dreads swathed in a blue bandanna.
This show has a lot to take in, which sometimes makes for a baggy viewing experience.
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First Known Use of baggy
BAGGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of baggy for English Language Learners
of clothing : very loose : not tight
BAGGY Defined for Kids
Definition of baggy for Students
: hanging loosely or puffed out like a bag baggy pants
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