Definition of beanbag
1 : a cloth bag partially filled typically with dried beans and used as a toy
2 : any of various pellet-filled bags used as furniture (such as a chair) or household articles (such as an ashtray base)
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The space is light and welcoming, with free coffee, couches and beanbag chairs, and a modified gumball machine that spits out temporary tattoos and art assignments for a quarter.
There will be a zip line, classic car show, beanbag tournament, crafts and rides, Sanchez said.
Cell phone video shows police trying unsuccessfully to subdue the suspect with a Taser and a beanbag — even as the police negotiator tried to play ball with the suicidal man's song choice.
Village of Orland Hills Recreation Director Glenn Bilina said adults can participate in bingo and a beanbag tournament.
Yes, business ain’t beanbag; yes, fighting the incumbent businesses requires a strong stomach.
Renode refused and the officers fired beanbags at him, Indianapolis police said.
Do: Explore Warehouse 421’s interactive exhibit on Emirati clothing and accessories (through August), then chill on a beanbag and enjoy a Middle Eastern film at the outdoor theater.
Accomodations on board are also geared toward the younger set with three-person rooms with a bunk bed and single bed, or in one of the more affordable open-plan public spaces with hammocks (think of a hostel at sea), beanbags and sunbeds.
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BEANBAG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beanbag for English Language Learners
: a small cloth bag that is filled with dried beans or small pieces of another material and used as a toy
: a large bag that is filled with small round pieces of material and used as a soft chair
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