Word "BAG" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
mammary gland of bovids (cows and sheep and goats)
Synonyms:
udder

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an activity that you like or at which you are superior
Synonyms:
cup of tea, dish
Examples:
his bag now is learning to play golf

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a portable rectangular container for carrying clothes
Synonyms:
grip, suitcase, traveling bag, travelling bag
Examples:
he carried his small bag onto the plane with him

Crossword Clues for BAG

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Clue Source Date
Tote or backpack USA Today 24 Jun 2022
Groceries holder Universal 17 Jun 2022
Purse Eugene Sheffer 02 Jun 2022
Chips buy Thomas Joseph 31 May 2022
Duffel or tote LA Times Daily 24 May 2022
Do a checkout job Thomas Joseph 20 May 2022
Purse Eugene Sheffer 27 Apr 2022
Chips buy Thomas Joseph 24 Mar 2022
Satchel Eugene Sheffer 28 Feb 2022
Tote, e.g Universal 10 Jan 2022
Pretzels' package Universal 06 Jan 2022
Container (for nerves?) The Guardian Quick 11 Dec 2021
Chips buy Thomas Joseph 01 Dec 2021
Groceries holder Universal 28 Nov 2021
Designer item from Hermès or Kate Spade New York Times 15 Nov 2021
Grocery holder Premier Sunday 31 Oct 2021
Black and silver pouch The Times Cryptic 27 Oct 2021
Purse Eugene Sheffer 25 Oct 2021
Pouch for tea USA Today 20 Oct 2021
Satchel, e.g Premier Sunday 17 Oct 2021
Purse Eugene Sheffer 04 Oct 2021
Purse New York Times 12 Sep 2021
Valise, e.g Premier Sunday 05 Sep 2021
Purse or backpack USA Today 31 Aug 2021
Dog walker's need Universal 30 Aug 2021
Do a checkout job Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2021
Tote or purse, e.g USA Today 22 Aug 2021
Satchel Eugene Sheffer 22 Jul 2021
Satchel Eugene Sheffer 20 Jul 2021
Personal holder of tricks? LA Times Daily 25 Jun 2021
Personal holder of tricks? The Washington Post 25 Jun 2021
Interest in British silver The Sun Two Speed 16 Jun 2021
Catch The Sun Two Speed 16 Jun 2021
Duffel or satchel Universal 25 May 2021
Purse USA Today 24 May 2021
Purse Eugene Sheffer 13 Apr 2021
Scrabble tile container USA Today 11 Apr 2021
Satchel Eugene Sheffer 06 Mar 2021
One's thing Newsday 18 Feb 2021
Specialty, so to speak Newsday 11 Feb 2021
Do a checkout job Thomas Joseph 06 Jan 2021
Clutch or duffel Universal 23 Dec 2020
Carry-on item USA Today 20 Dec 2020
Chips holder Newsday 03 Dec 2020
Airport carousel item USA Today 11 Nov 2020
Word with "mixed" or "sleeping" Universal 06 Nov 2020
Grocery store sack LA Times Daily 05 Oct 2020
Grocery store sack The Washington Post 05 Oct 2020
Lunch carrier, often New York Times 23 Sep 2020
Container; catch The Times Concise 27 Aug 2020
Grocery store convenience Family Time 16 Aug 2020
Word with sleeping or punching New York Times 12 Aug 2020
Tote or duffel Premier Sunday 19 Jul 2020
Succeed in securing Wall Street Journal 16 Jul 2020
Traveler's item New York Times 25 Jun 2020
Reusable grocery item Jonesin 23 Jun 2020
Glad offering Wall Street Journal 13 Jun 2020
Satchel Wall Street Journal 13 Apr 2020
Sack Thomas Joseph 01 Apr 2020
Groceries holder USA Today 21 Mar 2020
Word after 'swag' or 'grab' USA Today 17 Mar 2020
Hefty thing Wall Street Journal 14 Mar 2020
Pocketbook New York Times 03 Mar 2020
Grocery store unit Family Time 02 Mar 2020
Suitcase for characters up for taking a break Irish Times Crosaire 29 Feb 2020
Shark skin from basking shark in a piece of luggage Irish Times Crosaire 15 Feb 2020
Some of the scuba gear in portmanteau Irish Times Crosaire 01 Feb 2020
Area of interest LA Times Daily 21 Dec 2019
Area of interest The Washington Post 21 Dec 2019
Sack New York Times 17 Dec 2019
Sack
Carry-on unit The Washington Post 12 Dec 2019
Carry-on unit LA Times Daily 12 Dec 2019
Abandon, in slang New York Times 13 Nov 2019
Abandon, in slang
Baseball base Universal 30 Sep 2019
Capture New York Times 20 Sep 2019
Purse LA Times Daily 18 Sep 2019
Purse The Washington Post 18 Sep 2019
Catch New York Times 21 Aug 2019
Caddie's burden Newsday 14 Aug 2019
*Piece of luggage Universal 09 Aug 2019
Chips buy Thomas Joseph 12 Jul 2019
Tea container Jonesin 25 Jun 2019
Caddie's burden Wall Street Journal 22 Jun 2019
Catch Wall Street Journal 13 Apr 2019
Tote Newsday 05 Apr 2019
Capture The Washington Post 06 Mar 2019
Capture LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2019
Burden for a bellhop Wall Street Journal 26 Jan 2019
Sack Canadiana 21 Jan 2019
Pocketbook Newsday 15 Jan 2019
Hefty item Wall Street Journal 08 Jan 2019
"Paper or plastic?" item Universal 06 Jan 2019
"Paper or plastic?" item
Catch
Groceries holder
*Piece of luggage
Catch
Capture
Purse
Caddie's burden
Capture
Hefty item
Burden for a bellhop
Glad offering
Baseball base
Pocketbook or satchel Newsday 24 Dec 2018
Groceries holder New York Times 02 Dec 2018
Paper or plastic carrier Family Time 05 Nov 2018
Carousel item The Washington Post 21 Oct 2018
Carousel item LA Times Daily 21 Oct 2018
Help at the checkout counter USA Today 14 Oct 2018
Do a marketing job Wall Street Journal 10 Oct 2018
'Paper or plastic?' item USA Today 25 Sep 2018
Grocery sack LA Times Daily 24 Sep 2018
Grocery sack The Washington Post 24 Sep 2018
Something the eco-conscious bring to a grocery New York Times 02 Jul 2018
Do a supermarket task USA Today 01 Jul 2018
Capture The New Yorker 25 Jun 2018
Help a cashier Universal 15 Jun 2018
Work at a grocery store, perhaps Jonesin 12 Jun 2018
Pack groceries Universal 06 Jun 2018
Alligator skin item Universal 04 Jun 2018
Vacuum add-on Universal 27 May 2018
Carry-all Universal 17 Apr 2018
Groceries container Family Time 08 Apr 2018
Grocery unit Family Time 05 Mar 2018
Shopper's necessity Universal 01 Mar 2018
Word with sleeping or shopping USA Today 23 Feb 2018
Caddy's burden Newsday 28 Jan 2018
Satchel Universal 21 Jan 2018
One of a stack of checkers Newsday 13 Jan 2018
"Paper or plastic?" item
Carousel item
Grocery sack
Something the eco-conscious bring to a grocery
Alligator skin item
Carry-all
Help a cashier
Pack groceries
Satchel
Shopper's necessity
Vacuum add-on
Do a supermarket task
Help at the checkout counter
Word with sleeping or shopping
Do a marketing job
Hefty thing
Lunch holder USA Today 05 Dec 2017
Carrier The Telegraph Quick 23 Nov 2017
Word with "sleeping" Universal 16 Nov 2017
Thing to carry things in Family Time 12 Nov 2017
Catch; item of luggage The Times Concise 03 Nov 2017
Glad item Wall Street Journal 21 Oct 2017
Tile container in Scrabble The Washington Post 18 Oct 2017
Tile container in Scrabble LA Times Daily 18 Oct 2017
Area of interest, slangily USA Today 12 Oct 2017
Catch, as game USA Today 07 Oct 2017
Duffel or tote Premier Sunday 17 Sep 2017
Golf ___ The Washington Post Sunday 03 Sep 2017
Tea holder Newsday 03 Sep 2017
Target of a TSA X-ray USA Today 22 Aug 2017
Do a checkout chore Thomas Joseph 11 Aug 2017
Help the checkout person, perhaps USA Today 06 Aug 2017
Lunch holder LA Times Daily 01 Jul 2017
Lunch holder The Washington Post 01 Jul 2017
Carry-on item Wall Street Journal 19 Jun 2017
Give up on, in slang New York Times 09 May 2017
Sack LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2017
Sack The Washington Post 20 Apr 2017
Chatter over person's particular interest The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Apr 2017
Purse Premier Sunday 09 Apr 2017
Vacuum cleaner receptacle Family Time 05 Mar 2017
Part of a Breathalyzer Universal 03 Feb 2017
Do a job at the checkout aisle New York Times 18 Jan 2017
Target of a TSA X-ray
Give up on, in slang
Do a job at the checkout aisle
Lunch holder
Word with "sleeping"
Sack
Tile container in Scrabble
Airport carousel item
Area of interest, slangily
Carry-on item
Catch, as game
Help the checkout person, perhaps
Lunch holder
Scrabble tile container
Major interest, slangily USA Today 07 Dec 2016
Paper or plastic LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2016
Carry-on, e.g USA Today 25 Oct 2016
"Paper or plastic?" item USA Today 09 Oct 2016
Diamond corner The Washington Post 31 Aug 2016
Reusable grocery purchase Jonesin 30 Aug 2016
It may be paper or plastic The Washington Post 17 Aug 2016
Piece of luggage Wall Street Journal 18 Jul 2016
Variety of tricks? LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2016
Selfishly secure return of speaker's gift The Times Cryptic 13 Jun 2016
Grocery holder Family Time 05 Jun 2016
Piece of luggage Newsday 30 May 2016
Caddie's burden Family Time 15 May 2016
"Paper or plastic?" choice Family Time 08 May 2016
Capture, slangily Universal 30 Apr 2016
Target of some TSA searches The Washington Post 30 Apr 2016
Groceries holder Universal 14 Apr 2016
Do a supermarket job The Chronicle of Higher Education 18 Mar 2016
Do a grocery store task Jonesin 01 Mar 2016
Grocery holder The Washington Post 01 Mar 2016
Luggage item Premier Sunday 14 Feb 2016
Groceries quantity LA Times Daily 03 Feb 2016
Groceries holder Eugene Sheffer 20 Jan 2016
Pack the groceries LA Times Daily 12 Jan 2016
Snare LA Times Daily 09 Jan 2016
Do a supermarket job
Pack the groceries
Snare
Variety of tricks?
Groceries quantity
Carry-on, e.g.
Groceries carrier USA Today 11 Dec 2015
Capture The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Nov 2015
Gucci product Eugene Sheffer 11 Nov 2015
Snare New York Times 06 Nov 2015
Groceries holder Thomas Joseph 21 Oct 2015
Suitcase Eugene Sheffer 15 Oct 2015
Baseball base Wall Street Journal 31 Aug 2015
Specialty, informally New York Times 01 Aug 2015
Place for tea? USA Today 26 Jun 2015
Something to tote Universal 17 Jun 2015
Word after gift or golf Newsday 27 Mar 2015
Specialty, slangily The Chronicle of Higher Education 20 Mar 2015
Tile container in Scrabble New York Times 02 Mar 2015
Capture Newsday 22 Jan 2015
Purse or suitcase
ZZ Top "Sleeping ___"
Snare
Phish "___ it, tag it, sell it to the butcher in the store"
Groceries holder
Place for tea?
Groceries carrier
Capture
Piece of luggage
Word after gift or golf
Specialty, slangily
Capture
Specialty, informally
Something to tote
Tile container in Scrabble
Snare
Baseball base
Specialty
Grocery sack
Carry-on item
Capture
Santa's carry-on
Suitcase
Base
Something to tote
Shopper's item
Grocery tote
Avocation, slangily
Prada product
Item on a carousel
Strong suit, slangily
Source of tricks?
Market option
Major interest, slangily
Carry-on, e.g.
Do market work
Purse
Satchel
Perform a supermarket job
Lunch container
Dooney & Bourke product
Skip, so to speak
Hobby, slangily
Paper or plastic offer
Do a supermarket task
Snare
See 59-Across
Purse
Bit of luggage
Do a checkout chore
Clutch, e.g.
Sack
Caddy's burden
Source of tricks?
See 59-Across
Carry-on
Word with "punching" or "sleeping"
Luggage bit
Grocery-store freebie
Shopper's tote
Golf-club holder
Help a market cashier
Messenger's container
"8 Heads in a Duffel ___" (1997)
Valise
Bit of 1-Down
Pekoe pouch
Hobby, so to speak
"Paper or plastic?" item
Work in a supermarket
___ job (illegal entry)
Overhead or under-seat item
Catch
Portmanteau
Something to check
Strong suit, slangily
Thing to tote
"Paper or plastic" choice
Use paper or plastic?
Sack
Strong suit, slangily
Vacuum cleaner receptacle, often
Carry-on item
Baseball base
Suitcase
Grocery unit
Lawn mower attachment
Grocery unit
Help a market cashier
Tea holder
Duffel, e.g.
Work at a checkout counter
Help a market cashier
Diamond base
Earl Grey holder
One's thing
Word after sleeping or shopping
Work in a grocery, perhaps
Avocation, so to speak
"Paper or plastic?" item
Checkout counter item
Piece of luggage
Work in a supermarket
"Papa's Got a Brand New ___"
A caddy carries it
Caddie's burden
Strong suit, slangily
Tote
Capture
Catch
Avocation, slangily
Portmanteau
Specialty, slangily
Shopping __
Help a checker
Bit of luggage
Caddie's burden
Catch
Help a checker
Shopping __
Tea holder
Specialty, slangily
Do a marketing job
Do a cashier's job
Diamond corner
Avocation, slangily
Word after punching or sleeping
Portmanteau
Work at a checkout counter
"Paper or plastic?" item
Vacuum cleaner receptacle
Satchel
Do a checkout chore
Cup of tea
Capture, slangily
Hefty item
Capture
Grocery unit
A sucker holds it
Suitcase
Word that can follow the last word of 17-, 27-, 49- and 65-Across
Word with "feed" or "grab"
Hobby, slangily
It's packed
It can follow the first words of 17-, 26-, 52- and 59-Across
Catch, hunting-style
Catch, hunting-style
Place for lunch
It can follow the first words of 17-, 26-, 52- and 59-Across
Tote, e.g.
Sack
"Paper or plastic" item
Grocery-store freebie
Capture
___ of bones
Work at a checkout counter
"Paper or plastic?" item
Word that can follow the last word of 17-, 27-, 49- and 65-Across
Coach product
Help at the checkout counter
Carrier
Grab __ (miscellaneous collection)
Thing
Valise
Carry-on item
Help out at a supermarket
Shopper's unit
Thing
Lunch holder
Sack
Gunnysack
A sucker holds it
Word with punching or sleeping
Ditty or doggie follower
Area of expertise, in slang
Tea container
Help a checker
Flexible container
Abandon, slangily
Sack
Favorite activity, slangily
Tea container
Carry-on item
Catch
Abandon, slangily
Pocketbook
Place for lunch?
Do work at a supermarket
Supermarket freebie
Tote or purse
Do a supermarket job
Brown paper container
"Paper or plastic" choice
Diamond corner
Tired-eye feature
Do a supermarket job
Avocation, slangily
Tea holder
Diamond corner
Bellhop's burden
Caddy's burden
Tea holder
Take in, as big game
Suitcase
Bit of luggage
Grocery sack
Diamond corner
Purse
Tea holder
Suitcase
Caddie's burden
Tote
Help the checker
Breathalyzer attachment
Paper or plastic item
Help a checker
Kate Spade offering
One's "thing"
Do a checkout chore
Cancel, as plans
Avocation, slangily
Hobby, slangily
Vacuum cleaner receptacle
Capture
Grocery container
Sack
Help at the check-out counter
Interest, slangily
Word with punching or sleeping
Avocation, slangily
Tea source
Traveler's need
Sleeping sack
Apprehend
Lunch holder
Tea follower
Sack
It's often covered in baseball
Valise
Take in, as big game
Shopper.s need
Shopper's need
Cup of tea, so to speak
Shopper's carryall
Word with shopping or sleeping
Carryall
Catch
Infield attachment
Baseball base
Major interest
Paper or plastic item
Pouch
Tea holder
Duffel
Help a checker
Satchel
Shopping aid
See 6-Down
Interest, slangily
Apprehend
Hobby
Rosin holder
Place for tea?
Grocery holder
Word after feed or book
Shoot down
Grocery tote
Do a supermarket job
Carry-on, e.g.
Base in baseball
Nab
Second at Shea
Slovenly woman
Quantity of groceries
A sucker holds it
Kind of lady
Word with tote or grab
Supermarket freebie
Shopping aid
Diamond base
Supermarket giveaway
Purse
Something to tote
Container for tricks
Suitcase
Trap
Reticule
Tea holder
Shopper's need
Mailman's pouch
Bean or punching
Hand or grab
Holding for a fall-guy
Game limit
One's interest
Grab or wind
Grab or tote
Shopping or grab
In the ___ (certain)
In the ___
Hunter's catch
Hunter's limit
Sack.
Case.
Tote.
Carryall.
Shopper's need.
Hunter's limit.
Gladstone.
Nimrod's take.
Hunter's legal limit.
Base.
Hunter's take.
Container.
Catch.
Baggage's partner.
Pouch.
Capture.
Portmanteau.
1st, 2d or 3d base.
Poke.
Sleeping sack.
Result of a day's hunting.
Pocketbook.
Duffel.
Capture, as game.
Base marker: Baseball.
Help out at a supermarket
It may be checked
Work in a grocery store
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