This is your time to just get rid of the excess baggage, to live your life.
Like the Ford engine, it will stand for a good many pounds of excess baggage and still do good work.
But a Cargo-master was excess baggage when there was no reason for trade.
He says we don't want an ounce of excess baggage, or we'll never get anywhere.
A carrier is permitted to charge for excess baggage, and becomes liable as an insurer of such baggage.
I am a mere piece of excess baggage which you are too kind-hearted to eliminate.
What weaknesses we possess are excess baggage to be thrown away and that is our reason for taking stock so early.
Maybe part of it was because he was free of the ship and at last not just excess baggage but a man with a definite job before him.
Neither lad was burdened with excess baggage, so they were not as crowded as they might otherwise have been.
anything that exceeds what is necessary
A person or thing regarded as unnecessary and likely to impede: He thought his wife and kids were excess baggage (1909+ Theater)