luggage[ luhg-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF luggage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUGGAGE
Get this gentleman's luggage, and bring it to that hansom there.
Suppose she has to pay excess on her luggage, or to wrangle about contraband?
Mr. Channing had actually gone himself to see after the luggage.
The place to which the luggage is to go is printed on this card.
"I have omnibuses and carts for them and their luggage," were the first words that Roden spoke.
At the railway station she found her maid waiting for her, surrounded by luggage.
Fred had his flat, and I engaged him to take a part of our luggage to Northwest River.
What have you done with the luggage that was sent from Southampton?
And here, in this inferno of luggage, was White Fang deserted by the master.
Through the open door he could catch glimpses of the luggage on the floor.