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noun as in bag, suitcase

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The reality is, we will have to store some things up there, including luggage, Christmas decorations and the three archive boxes.

The passenger seated behind her jumped ahead, blocking her as he grabbed his luggage from the overhead compartment.

Select higher-end models include self-sharpening blades or a travel lock to prevent the razor from accidentally turning on in your luggage and draining the battery.

Other travelers buy an annual travel insurance policy, which can cover such events as trip interruption and lost luggage.

No two trips are the same, and your luggage shouldn’t be, either.

You just travel light with carry-on luggage, go to cities that you love, and get to hang out with all your friends.

And when they did stop him and look in his luggage what did they find?

Luggage spilled into the aisle as the bus pulled out of the station.

A Moomin shop in London sells Little My t-shirts, plush Moomintrolls, Snufkin luggage tags.

Last year, U.S. airlines bagged over 3.5 billion dollars in luggage fees.

But Mamma and Papa and Judy had quitted the cab, and all the luggage was being taken into the house.

Our luggage, I remember, p. 5was carried on the roof of the carriage in the good old-fashioned coaching style.

I will give you an example of the charges in this country:—for the carriage of my little luggage to my lodgings I had to pay 10s.

Seeing the luggage piled “Olympus high,” so as to occasion an alarming oscillation.

On reaching the vessel I found no servant in the second places, and was obliged to ask a sailor to take my luggage into the cabin.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to luggage, such as: baggage, gear, paraphernalia, trunk, case, and impedimenta.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.