portmanteau

[ pawrt-man-toh, pohrt-; pawrt-man-toh, pohrt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF portmanteau

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PORTMANTEAU

They returned home just as it was growing dark, laden with basket and portmanteau.

The other bundled some linen and brushes into the portmanteau.

He sought a steward, and asked him to carry the portmanteau to berth 159.

The young man said quietly to the steward, "Take out the portmanteau, please."

It requires a special genius, you know, to pack a portmanteau properly.

Sampson's carpet-bag and portmanteau had been left in this sitting-room.

James Wentworth lingered behind, and contrived to look at the portmanteau.

I ordered the Ossetes to put my portmanteau into the cart, and to replace the oxen by horses.

What was the Fascinating Friend supposed to have in her portmanteau?

Then he proceeded to examine the portmanteau, which he found unlocked.

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