Over the last year I have dined with our brown bag Sommelier and he has prepared some tastings for our dining group.
Madame Querterot, having finished her massaging, was repacking the brown bag in which she had brought her apparatus.
“I can carry loads of little things over in my brown bag,” announced Mrs. Seabury.
In one hand he held a guttering candle and in the other a brown bag, which chinked as he moved.
A long time he had been harbor-master, and many times he had taken the brown bag of mail ashore.
pertaining to a meal, usu. Lunch, brought from home, esp. in a paper bag
To take one's lunch to the office, or one's liquor to a club or restaurant, in a paper bag: for brown-bagging booze at places that allow this practice/ brown-bagging it for lunch (1960s+)