Dick van Hoff x Thomas Eyck Canteen and lunch box Set, $299 at GSelect 2.
Such variety makes it quite unnecessary to have an egg sandwich or hard-boiled eggs in the lunch box each day.
Fanny got up before six every morning of that Easter vacation, and went to the mill, lunch box in hand.
Jimmie, with a gesture of disgust, threw his lunch box on the table and dropped into a chair.
Just where the vegetation met the white, sea-washed sand, Linda spread the Indian blanket, and Donald brought the lunch box.
His idea of a lunch box was a jug or a rope to freeze soup onto like a candle.
Then she hastily put on her own field clothes and ran to the kitchen to fill the lunch box.
Another boy opened his lunch box as he passed, and shook out the pieces of bread, left from his lunch.
Each girl carried a lunch box and they had been about to hunt a pretty spot, near a spring, and satisfy their appetites.
Mrs. Comstock raked together the coals in the cooking stove, got out the lunch box, and sitting down she studied it grimly.
A confused or ignorant person; someone out of touch with reality; ditzo (1960s+ Students)