Ray leaves the duffle bag behind, and the baby is inadvertently left for dead.
Big Hogey got up and staggered around in front of the bus, clutching at it for support, losing his duffle bag.
Two birch-bark canoes are loaded with our tents, duffle and provisions.
Thus refreshed, thongs were tightened, duffle packed, and they were once more ready for the trail.
Then I packed my duffle and went to the little inn for breakfast.
Astern towed the two dugouts, loaded deep down with “duffle.”
Smilax had opened our duffle and hung out several things to air.
They landed and were soon headed up the stream, laden with their canoes and duffle bags.
Shortly after breakfast they had all their duffle packed and they were off.
Yuma had taken the most essential things from his duffle and left the rest.
1670s, from Dutch duffel, from Duffel, town in Brabant where the cloth was originally sold. Duffel bag is American English, first recorded 1917 in a letter of e e cummings.