1. [mid-19C–1910s] (also nosebagger) a day-tripper to the seaside who takes their own provisions and thus makes no useful contribution to the local economy.
2. [mid-19C–1910s] a veil.
3. [late 19C] a handbag.
4. [late 19C] a hospitable hotel or lodging-house.
5. [late 19C–1940s] (Aus.) a bag in which an itinerant or swagman n.2 carries his provisions.
6. [20C+] food, spec. as served in a restaurant; a meal.
7. [1910s] a gasmask.
8. [1910s+] a bag of food (given to an itinerant), a lunch box, a (take-away) meal.
9. in fig. use, cocaine.
[1900s] holiday-makers who take their own provisions to a resort.
[mid-19C+] to eat.