red bag

  1. (in Britain) a fabric bag for a barrister's robes, presented by a Queen's Counsel to a junior in appreciation of good work in a case: See also blue bag

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How to use red bag in a sentence

  • But, parson, your words be hot and uncomfortable, and las' night I lay thinkin' o' this here vestry an' Miss Jill's red bag.

    Jill's Red Bag | Amy Le Feuvre