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duffel bag

a large, cylindrical bag, especially of canvas, for carrying personal belongings, orginally used by military personnel.
Origin of duffel bag
1915-20, Americanism Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • So she carried it in a duffel bag in her trunk for a week, while she and her boyfriend considered what to do.
  • He surveyed the crawlspace and found a green duffel bag containing a large amount of marijuana.
  • For these reasons, the cocaine found in the duffel bag should be admissible.
  • And in that duffel bag it was full of drugs and money.
  • They met and exchanged the money for a duffel bag of what they believed was cocaine.
  • Pack a winter safety kit in an old duffel bag or backpack and keep it in the trunk of your car.
  • During this search a small amount of narcotics was discovered along with a duffel bag containing a large sum of money.
British Dictionary definitions for duffel bag

duffel bag

a cylindrical drawstring canvas bag, originally used esp by sailors for carrying personal articles
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