baggies

[bag-eez]
noun (used with a plural verb)
1.
loose-fitting swimming trunks, often with a drawstring at the waist, especially as worn by surfers.
2.
loose-fitting slacks, especially women's slacks gathered at the waist and tapering toward the ankles.

Origin:
1960–65; bag + -y2 + -s3

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Baggie

[bag-ee]
1.
Trademark. a brand of plastic bag, manufactured in various sizes, as for preserving food or holding trash.
noun
2.
(lowercase) Informal. any small bag or packet.

Origin:
1780–90; bag + -ie

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Example sentences
Two of the baggies contained a brown powder and the third contained a white
  powder.
Large plastic baggies can be used in lieu of the plastic sheet if paint chips
  are to be shipped to the lab in plastic baggies.
When finished with the first baggie, the teacher continues on with the other
  two baggies in the same manner.
Payne drove himself to the hospital, where officers discovered several baggies
  of marijuana, weapons and cash in his vehicle.
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