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baggiest, superlative; baggier, comparative;
  1. (of clothing) Loose and hanging in folds
    • - baggy pants
  2. (of eyes) With folds of puffy skin below them
    • - his eyes were baggy with the fatigue of overwork
  1. Loose and wide-legged pants, shorts, or swim trunks

  1. not fitting closely; hanging loosely; "baggy trousers"; "a loose-fitting blouse is comfortable in hot weather"
  2. Baggy was a British dance-oriented music genre popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
  3. A small plastic bag, as for sandwiches; Of clothing, very loose-fitting, so as to hang away from the body
  4. (Baggying) Putting on your moisturizer and then applying a plastic bag over the hair to trap the moisture in. You can either baggy your ends with a small sandwich bag or you can full head baggy with a plastic shower cap. This is very helpful treatment for those with dry damaged hair and dry ends.
  5. (Bagginess) A flavor defect of coffee associated with the fats in the green coffee bean absorbing flavors (such as burlap).
  6. An off-taste often observed in cups from weakly roasted coffees that have been stored for a long time in unsuitable conditions.
  7. private soldier; derived from ill-fitting baggy trousers
  8. A method to help reduce breakage, split ends, and dryness. After moisturizing your hair and sealing it at night, put a plastic cap or shower cap on overnight to help your hair retain the moisture it needs for maximum growth retention.
  9. These biggie jeans were inspired by prison uniforms (really!). Cut large all over, especially in the butt and hips, they're often worn far below the waist. ...
  10. Describe an undesirable taint sometimes found in teas withered on inferior hessian or stored in sacks.
  11. An unpleasant taste, referring to tea that has been carried or wrapped in unlined burlap bags.
  12. and Fat Paul - disreputable friends of Eddie Grundy. Snatch Foster was formerly also a friend of Eddie Grundy, but ended up in prison for selling comdemned meat to him.
  13. Underpants for a woman or child.