man-bag


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man-bag

n
(Clothing & Fashion) informal a small bag, usually with a shoulder strap, carried by a man and designed to contain personal articles
[C20: in allusion to handbag]
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If your chap freaks |out at the thought of a man-bag, how about you compromise on a satchel.
Ronaldo came dressed for the occasion and brought with him a Gucci man-bag.
Choose the right man-bag, and it will be rugged enough you won't feel the need to hide it when your buddy jumps in your truck.
2: A man-bag is one of modern fashion's essentials - whether it's for your laptop and iPhone or beach book and sunscreen.
Federer's gold-trim jacket was accessorised with a white and gold man-bag.
Items on sale included a diamond-studded gold belt buckle emblazoned with his initials and a chunky gold man-bag - large enough to carry all the cosmetics he appeared to be wearing at the launch party.
Amy properly laughed in their faces and told them that "Niggas be getting paid" and don't need no man-bag.
EVER worn budgie smugglers, slung your man-bag over your shoulder and chased away some laughing hoodies?
The former England skipper demonstrated his unique fashion sense in a baker boy's cap, waistcoat and giant man-bag, while his former Spice Girl wife stepped off the plane in a toga-style beige mini-dress worn over a white vest.
I would not be seen preening on the streets with a man-bag around my shoulders.
The Tudor artefacts include weapons, musical instruments, medical equipment, gold coins and even a man-bag used by a sailor to carry his clothes.