Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of bum bag.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A bumbag or fanny pack (hideous creation really) is just a small pack that you wear around your waist.

    unexpected

  • My favourite US/UK difference has to be the American word for bumbag: ‘fanny pack’.

    unexpected

  • When it gets hot in South Africa i more often have bags on my belt, or a bumbag, but they have a way of snagging when getting in and out of cars or sitting in armchairs.

    Snell-Pym » On being oddly dressed

  • Though her 'handbag' is a functional and useful bumbag, so I have no idea what she was implying here.

    There are skirts I only own because my ex boyfriend said I don't wear them enough.

  • "Never mind," he said cheerfully, and stripped his bumbag of all but the most crucial items of equipment.

    The Seventh Scroll

  • If head-to-toe leopard seems a bit too Big Cat Diary to appeal, then a waterproof rucksack or bumbag in the same print are an easy way to add a distinctive touch to a more classic outfit.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Cue the heels, aqua-green bumbag and fuchsia mini-dress she gamely clambers into for the New Review's photoshoot.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • With leaves scattered on the floor, this autumnal woodland wonderland also threw up fabulous furry mitten-style gloves, a sheepskin bumbag, a fox-print T-shirt, a toadstool print, lashings of faux fur, millions of coat ideas and long cable-knit socks.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • Forget Mr Motivator, this bumbag revival can be revolutionary to the fashion glitterati.

    TREND HUNTER - The Latest Trends

  • If you are feeling brave and want to show off your bumbag with pride, then choose the pink - it's bound to get enviable looks as you strut to your next meeting!

    TREND HUNTER - The Latest Trends

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