Next morning Alcide packed my valise, and leaving him in charge of my apartments I took the Orient express for Constantinople.
Yes, it is, assented the young pitcher, for I did want Reggie Varley to know who really robbed his valise.
I will write you again as soon as we get into billets when I can find my valise.
The pieces of apparatus were finished and, after paying for them Mark put the parts in the valise.
Changing to a plain dress, she took up the valise and returned to Barbara.
But by this time the marquis was speechless, and François, taking the valise in hand, deferentially left the room.
When I had packed all these articles in my valise, I felt quite respectable.
Everything was in perfect order, and the valise had been unpacked.
I ate my breakfast, paid my bill, and left the hotel with my valise in my hand.
"Very well, you may take this;" and the valise was passed over to Ben.
1610s, "suitcase, soldier's kit bag," from French valise (1560s), from Italian valigia, of uncertain origin. Attested in Medieval Latin forms valisia (early 15c.), valixia (late 13c.).