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noun as in luggage

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We sent gentlemen forth with wirelesses in suitcases and instructions to blow up certain bridges.

The Democrats are still going to have suitcases full of votes.

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A satellite the size of a small suitcase, ASTERIA was designed to demonstrate the technology needed for a tiny telescope to search for exoplanets by detecting the minuscule dip in a star’s light when an orbiting planet passes in front of it.

What Giuliani and others claim happened is that observers were cleared from the room and that ballots hidden in suitcases were then brought out to be counted without oversight.

The sole is also flexible enough to bend in half, so the shoe packs we ll in a carry-on suitcase.

Her business started in a suitcase, where she kept her supplies.

One woman dying on his floor, another rotting in a suitcase: An alleged killer stuns the financial community in Hong Kong.

Police said the woman in the suitcase had died on the previous day.

The suitcase of stunners that Amal revealed throughout the weekend proves that she has one amazing sense of style.

Excuse me, I have to get the keffiyeh out of my dusty suitcase and pack a kilt.

Marie was packing a suitcase and meditating upon the scorching letter she meant to write.

Lowell handed Miss Scovill's suitcase to the silent Wong, who had slipped out behind the women.

I suddenly tossed my suitcase into the barn, and began a tour of inspection over my thirty acres.

If you wish them to do so, they will get your complete outfit, so you need not bring anything with you but a suitcase.

Slipping naturally into the most conventional groove either of word or deed, Cornelia eyed the suitcase inquisitively.


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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to suitcase, such as: bag, satchel, carry on, grip, portmanteau, and valise.

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