tucker-bag

[tuhk-er-bag]

Origin of tucker-bag

First recorded in 1900–05
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Historical Examples of tucker-bag

  • There's some women that can never see a tucker-bag, even if you hold it right under their noses.


British Dictionary definitions for tucker-bag

tucker-bag

tuckerbox

noun
  1. Australian informal, old-fashioned a bag or box used for carrying food
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