with bag and baggage
Is ''with bag and baggage'' an idiom? What is the meaning of this ''idiom''?
Thank you beforehand,
Re: with bag and baggage
It means: with all your possessions, especially secretly or suddenly:
Originally Posted by Mad-ox
Her threw her out onto the street, (with) bag and baggage.
This idiom collocates with the verb "throw". "With" can be dropped. In German there is something similar but slightly different in usage:
Mit Kind und Kegel: with all their possessions.