She looks as if she had just stepped out of a bandbox of last century, thought Mary.
He means to study for the ministry, and he has been lying by bandbox!
The door was opened, and there stood a little girl with a bandbox and bundle.
With the bandbox in my hand, I descended the stairs, and paused in the hall to listen.
Polly carried the bandbox and bundle for them, and Betty took the box of ribbons.
You'd have said he came direct from Piccadilly in a bandbox.
bandbox after bandbox appeared, and when Agamemnon sat down upon his the applause was immense.
The bandbox is not the worst that may come to one—when one is born to it.
Victorine muttered some unintelligible words, with her little bundle over her arm, like a milliner carrying a bandbox.
According to all accounts, the studio itself must have been as close as a bandbox.
A small or rural jail, esp one that seems easy to escape from
[1930s+ prison; fr the lightly built box formerly used by ladies to carry bits of finery]