[ UK /ɹˈæɡbæɡ/ ]
  1. a bag in which rags are kept
  2. a motley assortment of things
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How To Use ragbag In A Sentence

  • She was not a pretty beast, an old ragbag patched and streaked in black and white and grey and fox-colour. ON CATS
  • These books were a hectic ragbag; the second a hurdle race through western history, tragic hero after tragic hero, the last two a gallimaufry of intimate materials and early poems précised.
  • Foxes via the ragbag withmore cards to come posted by Andrew Simone in animals, language | * | 12 comments comments Foxes | clusterflock
  • The only thing which has bound this ragbag together has been a distrust of the European Union.
  • Instead there was a ragbag of patients from all strata of society being wheeled around looking rather forlorn.
  • Even he could not deny that Rentokil's ‘highly diversified portfolio’ was in fact a thinly disguised ragbag of corporate clutter.
  • The largest chapter in the book is titled ‘Tourism, Society, and the Political Economy’, in which Chambers examines a ragbag of issues.
  • Lola asked Rose Lusty, as she seemed the most normal of the trio, having watched the ragbag tribe disappear. TICKLED PINK
  • This wasn't a ragbag of promises and emollient phrases designed to patch up a political problem, as some previous ones have been.
  • So, as Fianna Fáil abandoned the ragbag of right-wingers with whom they sat in the European Parliament in order to join a major group, the British Conservatives are doing the opposite. Things that caught my eye
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