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gamebag

[ geym-bag ]
/ ˈgeɪmˌbæg /
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noun

a bag, usually of leather or canvas, for carrying game, especially birds, killed by a hunter.

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Origin of gamebag

First recorded in 1820–30; game1 + bag
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Example sentences from the Web for gamebag

  • The eagle, luckily unhurt, was rewarded with a small pigeon from my gamebag.

    The Swiss Family Robinson|Jean Rudolph Wyss
  • "We sure will," answered Todd, and he gave each of the party something to carry on his back and in his gamebag.

    Dave Porter at Star Ranch|Edward Stratemeyer
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