Pronunciation of Baggy
/bˈaɡi/, /bˈaɡi/, /b_ˈa_ɡ_i/
Antonyms for baggy:
Synonyms for baggy:
light, knee-length, easy-care, revealing, conservative, unfashionable, padded, A-LINE, off-the-peg, weatherproof, snug, comfortable, formal, permanent press, ruched, strappy, open-necked, homespun, smart, oversized, low-cut, seamed, tailored, skintight, button-down, informal, skinny, best, itchy, modest, Plunging, straight, backless, decollete, ready-to-wear, low, casual, waterproof, dressy, sleeveless, Clingy, sensible, thermal, raglan, close-fitting, off-the-rack, washable, strapless, machine-washable, zip up, button-through, peaked, drip-dry, unlined, heavy, tailor-made, sporty, lined, cool, made-to-measure, double-breasted, single-breasted, full-length, Starched, zippered, plus-size, skimpy, reversible, prim, tight-fitting, ill-fitting, designer, Jackie-O, sartorial, preshrunk, Hooded, scanty, one-piece, seamless, prissy, slimming, long, flame-retardant, rolled-up, boot-cut, brief.
Other synonyms and related words:
low, loose-fitting, button-down, strappy, itchy, prissy, brief, tailored, loose, informal, low-cut, Starched, sensible, peaked, off-the-rack, ready-to-wear, sporty, modest, seamed, designer, raglan, tailor-made, made-to-measure, rolled-up, formal, skimpy, weatherproof, wraparound, dowdy, scanty, slipshod, squashy, sloppy, quaggy, waterlogged, boggy, prim, A-LINE, backless, ill-fitting, muddy, oversized, homespun, dressy, mucky, swampy, one-piece, Clingy, Hooded, button-through.
enormous, expansive, lofty, copious, vast, mammoth, capacious, grandiose, sizable, magnificent, cavernous, gargantuan, awesome, big, ample, roomy, spacious, gigantic, comprehensive, bulky, towering, elephantine, colossal, impressive, massive, huge, immense, generous, soaring, large, prodigious, humongous, tremendous, extensive, voluminous, giant, grand, great, majestic, princely.
Sense 1 (noun)
Usage examples for baggy:
- The representative of No. 10 Deal Yard undertook to stop his flow of rhetoric by calling out, " Stop it, old baggy breeches! - "Looking Seaward Again", Walter Runciman.
- His tall stove- pipe hat is worn far back on his head, and his odd- looking costume is made up of a long green coat, the tails of which he carries under his left arm, a pair of wide, baggy, nankeen trousers, a long vest, with buttons much too large, and a pair of clumsy peasant shoes. - "'O Thou, My Austria!'", Ossip Schubin.
- Taking out of his pocket two bits of dirty string, he tied his loose cotton trousers tightly around his ankles, and then, unbuttoning his waist- band, he began scooping up the corn- meal from the filthy planks and shoveling it into his baggy breeches. - "Campaigning in Cuba", George Kennan.