[ UK /bˈæɡɪd‍ʒ/ ]
[ US /ˈbæɡədʒ, ˈbæɡɪdʒ/ ]
  1. the portable equipment and supplies of an army
  2. a worthless or immoral woman
  3. cases used to carry belongings when traveling
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How To Use baggage In A Sentence

  • A dried-out horseshoe crab is a delicate thing and there's no way it would survive the flight in my checked baggage. Horseshoe Crabs and the TSA
  • Dozens of flights from the international airport were delayed as part of the protests and baggage-handling staff held a go-slow.
  • Dave couldn't find his passport at the airport and then there were further complications when Fiona lost her baggage.
  • Regardless of your actions, the little group would keep the flirt label pinned on you because of their own baggage.
  • Most of our flights have a baggage allowance of 44lbs per passenger.
  • Co-housing might seem to carry the ideological baggage of communes from decades past.
  • The baggage was properly roped up and conveyed to the airport.
  • He was told he could not have a refund of the excess baggage charge because he didn't apply for the refund before he had cancelled his flight. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their baggage mules transported not only the precious vases, but even the fragile vessels of crystal and murra, which last is almost proved, by the learned French translator of Seneca, (tom.iii. p. 402-422,) to mean the porcelain of China and History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 3
  • But he will take a bit of baggage with him onto the first tee today. Times, Sunday Times
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