Definition of lucky bag in English:

lucky bag

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Another term for grab bag.
More example sentences
  • But if that doesn't seem worth losing a toe or two to frostbite for there's always the ‘lucky bags’, packed with £750 worth of goodies on sale for just under £250.
  • A lucky bag revealed three gems as Haworth West Lane Baptist Amateur Operatic Society celebrated its 40th birthday.
  • Among the items being delivered personally by the Irish soldiers are clothes, food and lucky bags for the children, which have been donated by groups around Ireland.

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