old bag

NOUN
  1. an ugly or ill-tempered woman
    he was romancing the old bag for her money
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How To Use old bag In A Sentence

  • Julie Gold bagged the top songwriter's award.
  • All the other literary women he knew were old bags of whom he would be bitterly ashamed.
  • Inside each complimentary cold bag, nestled below the half-bottle of Champagne and assorted supermarket delicacies, was a serviceable souvenir rain poncho.
  • Once I heard little more than static coming from my earpiece, I decided to humor the old bag.
  • Here's a golden oldie from the crusty old bag Ferraro: Disgusting
  • You silly old bag!
  • My good lady offered it to some old bag for £3 and she toddled off shaking her head.
  • There was truth in that, but not what the silly old baggage was thinking.
  • Doubtless your sisters-in-law will think you a patronising, self-righteous old bag, but you can't have it all ways.
  • For 250 NP you can try your luck at the old Bagatelle stand.
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