bagged in a sentence

  1. He bagged the first prize in the essay contest.
  2. I bagged the first position in the annual examination.
  3. He bagged the second position in the university.
  4. He bagged the first position in mimicry.
  5. He bagged the first position in clay modeling.
  6. My daughter bagged the first position in solo dance.
  7. ‘My daughter bagged the first position in handwriting competition.
  8. She bagged a prize.
  9. He bagged first prize in music competition.
  10. He had bagged the second position in the test.
  11. I have bagged several prizes.
  12. We went hunting and I bagged two rabbits.
  13. He bagged the last two wickets.
  14. He has bagged the first prize.
  15. He has bagged the first prize.
  16. This year, I bagged the first prize at the Flower Show held in the city.
  17. I had bagged the second position in the test.
  18. I bagged two prizes in song and debate competitions respectively.
  19. I bagged three prizes.
  20. She bagged a prize.
  21. I participated in the 200 metre race and bagged the first prize.
  22. He bagged the first prize in the long jump.
  23. He bagged first prize in music competition.
  24. We’ve bagged many awards for excellence.

Synonyms of Bagged

Acquire

  • She said that she must acquire it for a happy life.
  • He is anxious to acquire knowledge eager to display it.
  • He would acquire strength.
  • You can acquire streaks to compliment your dress.
  • I managed to acquire the book after a long search.
  • One can acquire this book in one store only.

Apprehend

  • We will leave no stone unturned to apprehend the culprits.
  • The police expect to apprehend the robber before nightfall.
  • I sometimes apprehend that there will be some difficulty.

Capture

  • By God’s grace I shall be able to capture one of the three top positions.
  • They were trying to capture .
  • It will help you capture those colorful moments?
  • I go to bed early so I can get up to capture the sunrise.

Collar

  • I wear a collar and tie.
  • She put the collar around the dog’s neck.

Gain

  • What can be done to gain popularity.
  • Children are quick to gain orientation to new circumstances.
  • You have little to gain and much to lose.
  • He used much money to gain power.

Get

  • She didn’t get the desired results, but she always kept her spirits high.
  • You’ll have to wait not less than an hour to get a ticket.

Hook

  • This hook is far better than that.
  • This hook is selling like hot cakes.
  • Whom did he kill ?
  • We shouldn’t kill birds.
  • She does not want to kill them.
  • He tried to kill himself because he lost her love.
  • Don’t kill the messenger.
  • He tried to kill him,
  • He felt an urge to kill Mary.
  • You cannot kill yourself by holding your breath.
  • She tried to kill herself last night.
  • She attempted to kill herself.

Land

  • We only want a piece of land and a roof over our head.
  • The land was converted into a park.
  • The land is out of crop this year.
  • The land yields heavy crops.
  • The land descended to his family.

Nab

  • No steps have so far been taken to nab the culprits and bring them to book.

Nail

  • The nail would be found.
  • The nail has been hammered into the wall.
  • I’m looking for a lipstick to go with this nail polish.
  • Can he touch that nail in the wall ?
  • Cut my nail.
  • Please hammer the nail into the wall.
  • He hammered the nail into the wall.
  • He hurt himself trying to drive a nail in the wall.
  • What’s your favorite nail polish?
  • He drove in a nail with his hammer.
  • He drove a nail into the board.
  • A nail penetrated the car tire.
  • We found a nail stuck in the tire.
  • The nail went through the wall.

Net

  • Do net ape others.
  • He is caught in the net of money lenders.
  • You must do it whether you like it or not.

Seize

  • I can’t seize the meaning.
  • They were ordered to seize the weapons.
  • She will seize us.
  • I seize the moment and turn it to my advantage.

Shoot

  • I’ll shoot you.
  • Name the weapon that would shoot without hurting.
  • How did you shoot the elephant ?
  • We’ll shoot a pig for a barbecue out on the island.
  • I did not want to shoot the elephant.
  • It seemed to me that it will be murder to shoot him.
  • I was going to shoot the elephant.
  • I will shoot a flying bird.
  • I will shoot him.
  • They shoot them off over the lake.
  • He didn’t shoot anybody.
  • It is difficult to shoot a bird flying in the air.
  • It took several months to shoot that film.

Take

  • Are we allowed to take pictures here?
  • Bricks never take the place of ferro-concrete here.
  • How do you take your coffee?
  • Why not take your coat off?
  • You may take this book so long as you keep it clean.
  • The chameleon can take on the colors of its background.
  • I take lessons in flower arrangement.
  • The Olympic Games take place at intervals of four years.
  • Please take some of them.
  • How much did she take ?
  • It is necessary that you take a good rest.
  • Don’t take things too seriously.

Trap

  • The following diagram shows how green house gases trap energy from the sun.
  • Many attempts were made to trap him.
  • The police used clever tricks to trap her.
  • Before the police could spread a trap for the dacoit, he smelt a rat and made an easy escape.
  • He hit upon a plan to get out of the trap of the enemy.
  • We tried to trap the fox.
  • He baited the trap for rabbits.
  • The mouse was lured into the trap by a big piece of cheese.
  • The trap is made of strong chains.
  • He set a trap to catch the animal.
  • She fell into a trap in her turn.
  • We set a trap to catch a fox.

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