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First published 1976 (SND Vol. X).

BAG, v.2 Sc. usage, now obs. in Eng.: to stuff, cram, make to swell like a bag (Slg., Fif., Lth., wm., sm.Sc., Slk. 1975). Cf. Baggit, ppl.adj.Gsw. 1931 H. S. Robertson Curdies 28:
She's baggit hersel' fu' o' hot peas and vinegar.

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