from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A small backpack or other bag used to carry books and papers.
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- noun A
bagfor holding booksfor school.
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In return i kick his bookbag, which is in the way, then -- baby wants a kiss.
Azure stood up, grabbed her bookbag from the floor, and led Sora out the door.
Im a huge fan of the graphic novel. .i wear all the t-shirts and have smiley face pin on my bookbag. .im only 15 years would it be good idea to watch this movie. .with lets say my mom an Christian Right wing fanatic
The cop stayed inside the car, Eddie's oversized bookbag revealing his purpose.
I hang my bookbag on a free peg. Another pair of hands hangs a bag beside mine.
She placed her bookbag on the floor, and with the dog, they bowed.
Azure took out her sketchbook from her bookbag and flipped to the middle.
Azure went into her bookbag and pulled out the note.
Mayumi placed the cookies in her bookbag and walked to the middle of the open floor surrounded by trees.
Rachel clings to him like one of those little plush monkeys with the clip as its arms that you'd put on your bookbag when you were in first grade.
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