Definition of "rag-bag" [rag-bag]

  • A bag to contain rags or heterogeneous clippings of cloth; hence, a receptacle for any collection of odds and ends. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "rag-bag" in a sentence
  • "As the new Taoiseach, Mr Kenny would be wise to invite the resurgent Labour party into his government, as opposed to seeking to cobble together a majority out of a rag-bag of independents."
  • "Again, however, the timing and the presentation of this unsourced rag-bag of allegations are suspicious in the extreme."
  • "This too is just a rag-bag of simplistic liberal flummeries; Nancy Pelosi claptrap."