baggy

[bag-ee]
adjective, baggier, baggiest.
baglike; hanging loosely.

Origin:
1820–30; bag + -y1

baggily, adverb
bagginess, noun


droopy, sagging, loose, loose-fitting.
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baggy1 (ˈbæɡɪ)
 
adj , -gier, -giest
(of clothes) hanging loosely; puffed out
 
'baggily1
 
adv
 
'bagginess1
 
n

baggy2 (ˈbæɡɪ)
 
n , pl -gies
a variant spelling of bagie

bagie or baggy (ˈbeɪɡɪ)
 
n , pl -gies
dialect (Northumbrian) a turnip
 
[perhaps from rutabaga]
 
baggy or baggy
 
n
 
[perhaps from rutabaga]

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baggy
"puffed out, hanging loosely," 1831, from bag (q.v.).
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Example sentences
Not wear loose-fitting or baggy clothing when using power tools.
They found that animals that lacked the protein had loose and baggy skin much too large for their bodies.
He wore baggy painter's pants, high-top sneakers with the neon laces undone and an oversize sweatshirt.
Nothing's certain, but a nonwoven shirt could go on sale next to some baggy-fit jeans.
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