Perhaps that is why this rag-bag of an Italian woman has such an unshakable admiration for him.
The calico pieces went into the rag-bag, and that was the last of Prudy's patchwork.
You ransack your budget of historic facts much as you would hunt for a bit of silk in a rag-bag.
If I were a man I would perish sooner than be seen with that rag-bag.
There was the cosy corner with the rag-bag, and the moth-eaten fur coat—but the cosy corner was empty.
Mop-rags, lamp-rags, all should be washed, dried and put in the rag-bag.
A thin old man, with a rag-bag in his hand, was picking up a number of small pieces of whalebone, which lay on the street.
The newspaper and the rag-bag unsettle the wits of the birds.
Hues of ash and glints of glory, In the rag-bag of the world!
Time passed, and the shirt-collar came in a rag-bag to the paper-mill.