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Carry-on luggage, typically restricted to one small suitcase or duffel bag and another smaller bag or item, has to fit under your seat or in the overhead compartment on the plane, which can make it tougher to pack due to size constraints.

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When checking a backpack, place it in a duffel or larger bag if possible, or wrap it in protective material to keep delicate fabrics like stretchy pockets from snagging on equipment.

I packed a duffel full of clothes, a small library’s worth of books, and an array of podcasting equipment.

Many of you probably have a trusty old North Face or Patagonia duffel bag that you use for most trips.

We keep them stored in our commuter duffels and car camping bins, too.

I noticed their new un-faded uniforms, their dust-free boots, and their duffel bags stacked high on a pallet.

She snatched her purse from the kitchen counter and stormed out the front door, past his duffel bags.

Meathead nodded down the hallway where two olive drab duffel bags and a rucksack sat next to the front door.

Within a navy blue duffel bag were clattering bone-hued beads, amulets, and bracelets.

A man walked into a Georgia school with an AK-47 and a duffel bag full of ammunition.

If his camp grows into a house frequented by sportsmen, there will be a duffel room to contain all manner of unclassified things.

Fig. 222 shows a pack harness of straps by which two duffel bags are borne on the back.

So all of you scouts pack that little fact down in the corner of your duffel bags and take it home with you.

On it you will find Duffel, provided you are cautious and wary in your movements.

She could presume on Duffel's cowardice, but she dare not trust his word or his oath.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to duffel, such as: backpack, briefcase, gear, handbag, kit, and pack.

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