[ UK /bˈiːnbæɡ/ ]
  1. a small cloth bag filled with dried beans; thrown in games
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How To Use beanbag In A Sentence

  • If you grab a beanbag really tightly, it goes more solid because the tiny beads have been compressed.
  • Cherry came in and sat down on a beanbag, hugging her knees. DESPERADOES
  • There were also a couple of beanbags to the side of the couch and a recliner off in a corner, which held an exhausted Todd reading a thick book.
  • A film clip shows emaciated panda bodies like sad beanbag chairs littering the forest floor. HOMELAND AND OTHER STORIES
  • Space-saving furniture, especially cots, sofas and beanbags, demonstrated that it was possible to mix aesthetics with functionality.
  • At the other end of the house there is a gas fire going, and there is a dog and a cat sharing a beanbag in front of it.
  • Brightly-colored furniture fills the small space, 3 beanbags, a small table, a TV, a bookshelf, a laptop, a Playstation and a keyboard.
  • As he walked a little farther into the room he looked at the two beanbag shaped chairs made of unbleached cotton canvas which were placed on either side of the table and then he went over and sat in one.
  • For six lucky readers, we have two each of pink, denim and leopard beanbags.
  • He hit the bottom like a beanbag and yawped a couple of times. Kickin’ it! « raincoaster
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