footlocker

[foot-lok-er]
noun
a small trunk designed to be kept at the foot of a bed, especially to contain a soldier's personal effects.

Origin:
1940–45, Americanism; foot + locker

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footlocker

noun
a trunk for storing personal possessions; usually kept at the foot of a bed (as in a barracks) 
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Example sentences
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.
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