suitcase

[ soot-keys ]SEE DEFINITION OF suitcase

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUITCASE

He picked up the suitcase with one hand and took his wife's arm with the other.

She took one look, caught up the suitcase and raced down the stairs.

In the morning I packed her suitcase and handed it to the porter of her train.

Slowly, Galusha, tugging the suitcase, stumbled to the edge of the piazza.

He spent most of that night packing his trunk and his suitcase.

He came to anchor once more by the suitcase and drew a long, hopeless breath.

On the end of the suitcase are the initials ‘C. M.’ and ‘Chicago.’

"Oh, well, give me a description of the suitcase," I hurried.

Anson stopped me at this point, "and the positive knowledge that he had the suitcase with him?"

Yes, we took it; and you're going to tell us where he got that suitcase.

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