[ blak-bag ]


, Informal.
  1. of, relating to, or distributing money for expenses that has been diverted from the regular budget:

    Black-bag funds have paid for much overseas travel by the military.

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Example Sentences

He had arrived that morning from a nearby Residence Inn with the shotgun disassembled in a black bag.

He retrieved a black bag from a safe and took out a .38-caliber revolver.

Loughner then went to another Walmart northwest of his house, bought the ammo and the black bag, and headed for home.

The first mans gun flew one way and the black bag in which was the money from the bank flew the other.

Has lightish hair and pretty tall and lanky, and carrying a shiny black bag with him.

Chief Pasteur walked over to where Mellon lay and took his stethoscope out of his little black bag.

He had carelessly tossed his Panama hat on to the table, but kept the black bag, which he now held out with a smile.

Gaspard grinned; he crouched together, and held the black bag open in his hands.





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