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happy sack

happy sack  n.—Gloss: an air-sickness bag of the kind typically used on airplanes. «Silberberg has been collecting the bags—also known as motion-sickness bags, or happy sacks—since he was in college. He got his first bag on a United...

flea bag bowl

flea bag bowl  n.— «For many years some members of the media have decried the proliferation of post-season bowl games. They like to refer to them as “flea bag” bowls. Understand I am not among them. I find it enjoyable watching teams from...

value pay

value pay  n.— «“This is the heiress bag, this is all about beautiful metallics,” a ShopNBC hostess purred on Friday as the camera closed in on the Lisanne heiress handbag, and a price box popped up ($138 or three “value pays” of $46)...

bagging

bagging  n.— «Emergency crews started working to resuscitate her, applying a bag valve mask, a hand-held device used to provide oxygen to patients who aren’t breathing adequately. Using the device is often called bagging the patient...

photodegrade

photodegrade  v.—Gloss: (of plastics and polymers) to breakdown when exposed to sunlight. Note: A more technical definition of photodegradation is here. «Plastic bags don’t biodegrade. They only break down into tiny toxic little bits that...