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Definition of "baggier" []

  • Comparative form of baggy: more baggy (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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  • "(This is is the big culture movement that transformed the domestic space and it gives us a glimpse of how homeyness is being transformed by new forces in in American culture: feminism, new child rearing, American individualism, the "baggier" family, the celebrity culture, and, yes, artisanal chocolate again.) 4. cloudy selves and cloudy groups."
  • "Another tip: I like to go a size up in a sleeveless romper, for a longer waist and baggier fit—like the black-and-white, tribal-print, zip-front romper I bought this year at Forever 21."
  • "As you said: Journals for me are baggier, more impressionistic, more chaotic, impulsive, receivers of random impressions, trains of thought, images, vignettes you see along the way."