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Definition of Bagging

  • Cloth or other material for bags.
  • The act of putting anything into, or as into, a bag.
  • The act of swelling; swelling.
  • Reaping peas, beans, wheat, etc., with a chopping stroke.
  • coarse fabric used for bags or sacks

How to use bagging in a sentence. Bagging pronunciation.

Negroes would fix large bill hooks into the bagging around the cotton bales and load them into drays.
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The exiture, outjecting or outstanding, of his codpiece was of the length of a yard, jagged and pinked, and withal bagging, and strutting out with the blue damask lining, after the manner of his breeches.
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He also had a baler and made the bagging to bale it with.
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This squeezed the big, fluffy mass of cotton into a bale, and iron straps, or wires, were put around the outside of the burlap bagging that kept the cotton clean.
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In the cellar of the Blank Building annex a pile of excelsior and bagging and other refuse packing materials protruded into the shaft where once had been the Hawkins Hydro-Vapor Lift.
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On these occasions Darwin entomologized most industriously, picking up creatures as he walked along, and bagging everything which seemed worthy of being pursued, or of further examination.
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As the birds rise behind the fort, so do the clouds rise behind the birds, almost as it seems, stroking with their bagging bosoms the uppermost flyers.
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We can't make it look like ballast, as I expected we could, for all that bagging gives it a big bulk, and if the custom-house officers came on board, it would not do any good to tell them we are sailing in ballast, if they happened to want to look below.
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This young man had been hired out by his master to work in a bagging factory, where his adroitness and ingenuity caused him to be considered the first hand in the place.
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He worked for me some half-dozen years in my bagging factory, and he was my best hand, sir.
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She was dressed in a single filthy, ragged garment, made of bagging; and stood with her hands demurely folded before her.
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The handling of the surf-plank requires some care, for it is a short, heavy board, and in the back-wash is apt to fly back on the unwary, hitting them on their food-receptacle, and effectually (to use a schoolboy term) "bagging their wind.
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If your fruit be candied, the best way to clean them is by bagging, and then you may easily take the stems from them.
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I learned a lot about politicians, and I know sand bagging when I see it.
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In fact, it was only by the hardest kind of careful and constant work that I was finally successful in bagging my first bear on Kadiak.
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On the 23d of April we first sighted tracks, but it was not until May 15 that I finally succeeded in bagging my first bear.
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On that shore, with fowler's tact, Coolly bagging fact on fact, Naught amiss to thee can float, Tale, or song, or anecdote; Village gossip, centuries old, Scandals by our grandams told, What the pilgrim's table spread, Where he lived, and whom he wed, Long-drawn bill of wine and beer For his ordination cheer, Or the flip that wellnigh made Glad his funeral cavalcade; Weary prose, and poet's lines, Flavored by their age, like wines, Eulogistic of some quaint, Doubtful, puritanic saint; Lays that quickened husking jigs, Jests that shook grave periwigs, When the parson had his jokes And his glass, like other folks; Sermons that, for mortal hours, Taxed our fathers' vital powers, As the long nineteenthlies poured Downward from the sounding-board, And, for fire of Pentecost, Touched their beards December's frost. Time is hastening on, and we What our fathers are shall be,- Shadow-shapes of memory!
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Keen sportsmen these, who dearly love to walk for hours in pursuit of game in the autumn, on the chance of bagging an occasional brace of partridges or a wild pheasant (for everything here is wild), or, in winter, when lake and fen are frostbound, by the river and its withybeds after snipe and wildfowl-for the Cotswold stream has never been known to freeze!
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The result of this first hunting excursion was half a dozen plump birds, and Walter had seen such signs as told he would have but little difficulty in bagging a deer on the following morning.
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At that distance, the Dutchman could hit a half-crown; I therefore made sure of bagging.
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Examples of Bagging

Example #1
Some of them worked singing, as sailors do when they haul and pull.
Example #2
When the boats arrived the scene on the levee was a very animated one.
Example #3
Could the Goths, the Scyths, or Massagets do a worse or more cruel act to any of the inhabitants of a hostile city, when, after the loss of many of their most considerable commanders, the expense of a great deal of money, and a long siege, they shall have stormed and taken it by a violent and impetuous assault?
Example #4
But had you seen the fair embroidery of the small needlework purl, and the curiously interlaced knots, by the goldsmith's art set out and trimmed with rich diamonds, precious rubies, fine turquoises, costly emeralds, and Persian pearls, you would have compared it to a fair cornucopia, or horn of abundance, such as you see in antiques, or as Rhea gave to the two nymphs, Amalthea and Ida, the nurses of Jupiter.
Example #5
He only had to buy the iron bands that held the bales intact.
Example #6
He grew the cotton, picked it, ginned it and wove it right there.