(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
The show ended with a model flying through the air holding a red bag in front of her—and a storm of applause.Anya Hindmarch and Stella McCartney Close London Fashion Week | Tom Sykes | September 17, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
David was returning through a pasture one day in which was a furious bull, who seeing old David with his red bag, made at him.Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events | S. Baring-Gould
Jill pulled out her red bag which she had stuffed into her pocket, and wildly waved it in the air.
I shall throw my red bag in the sea to-morrow, and shall give no more tenths to God.
So I thought my red bag would go in beautifully, and then it would really be taken care of by God Himself.
But, parson, your words be hot and uncomfortable, and las' night I lay thinkin' o' this here vestry an' Miss Jill's red bag.