trunk[ truhngk ]SEE DEFINITION OF trunk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRUNK
The station-master was standing on the platform, superintending the removal of a trunk.
When you pack your wardrobes put a few spring-beds in your trunk.
"You'd better be packing your trunk," the Inspector rumbled.
I could see the tip of One-Tusk's trunk go up with a start every time he winded it.
We'll bring her trunk down, put it in her room and lay the keys on top.
Then she began beating the trunk of the tree with the old broom she had been carrying.
The chair had been placed in a bare spot close to the trunk of the great tree.
The porter wheeled a truck, bearing John's trunk and bag, up to them as he spoke.
He ran deftly from trunk to trunk, and then continued his flight among the bushes.
What lad, on that final day, should ride within the elephant, and move his trunk?