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Definition of "baggie" [baggie]

  • A small bag, especially a small, clear, plastic bag. (noun)

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Use "baggie" in a sentence
  • "And there in the bottom of the sack was some change wrapped up in a small "baggie" - left over from last Christmas."
  • "Going through a range of emotions, from fear that someone had made her a drug or bomb mule, to shock when the security official said it was a joke and the baggie was his, Solomon called security and reported the incident."
  • ""He had us dancing for six innings," Rodriguez said of Pavano, who allowed two hits and had eight of his nine strikeouts before Rodriguez drove a full-count pitch over the right-field "baggie" wall in what turned out to be the Twins 'final game at the Metrodome."