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[foo t-lok-er] /ˈfʊtˌlɒk ər/
a small trunk designed to be kept at the foot of a bed, especially to contain a soldier's personal effects.
Origin of footlocker
1940-45, Americanism; foot + locker Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Some of his belongings, perhaps in a footlocker, might still have been in the first sergeant's room.
  • The footlocker was defaced with gang signs and claimant had ample time to deface the footlocker.
  • Storage should be in a clean enclosure such as locker, footlocker, or plastic container.
  • Claimant provided no receipt as to the age or price of the footlocker.
  • Claimant did not provide any proof of loss of these items from the footlocker.
  • Also, please bring a footlocker or something similar so that you can secure your personal belongings.
  • Chief among these is a footlocker recently discovered collecting dust in a storage room.
  • The body was stuffed inside two duffle bags and then stuffed into a footlocker.
  • They would make you leave your barracks in the middle of the night and go on runs or carry your, your footlocker outside.
  • Instead, the employees would be issued footlocker-type tool boxes in which to store their clothes and tools.

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