- baglike; hanging loosely.
Origin of baggy
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droopy, sagging, loose, loose-fitting.
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Examples from the Web for baggy
But unfortunately, along that way, we had some mesh tank tops and we had some baggy denim Sean John jumpsuits— JACOB: Sean John!Not a Liquid Dream: O-Town's Back, Baby. But Where’s Ashley?
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Second, he was to be seen flitting in and out of London Airport wearing beads and baggy white trousers.What It Was Like to Watch the Beatles Become the Beatles—Nik Cohn Remembers
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She inexplicably pairs these sophisticated pieces with a pair of baggy black pants.Britney Spears's 10 Looks in "Work Bitch"
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The first look combined a see-through mesh top, gym style, with a pair of baggy baseball-inspired shorts.Gucci Spring/Summer 2014: Sporty and Sexy
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Arran Bardige smoothes over his T-shirt and baggy jeans, glancing nervously at his phone.’90s Soap Star Antonio Sabato Jr. Is My Wingman
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I saw only the lower end of our balloon, which was overhanging its base, all loose and baggy.My Double Life
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He removed his marsuit to stand in baggy trousers and loose tunic.Rebels of the Red Planet
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Grizzled, ageless, watery-eyed, their clothing clean but baggy.The Risk Profession
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She raised her skirt and the girls shrieked with laughter at the baggy stockings.Blue Bonnet in Boston
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- (of clothes) hanging loosely; puffed out
- a variant spelling of bagie
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Word Origin and History for baggy
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