a small rectangular suitcase hinged to open into two compartments of equal size.
- Also called Gladstone.
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How to use Gladstone bag in a sentence
After a week or ten days he would suddenly pack his Gladstone bag and return in haste to Melbourne.Grey Town | Gerald Baldwin
I have just been there, and I have taken it out, and I have got it in this Gladstone bag.Adventures of Sherlock Holmes | A. Conan Doyle
That it was not more ornamental than a Gladstone bag did not trouble him.Notwithstanding | Mary Cholmondeley
Mr. Stone bid me only take my Gladstone bag, for he was not going to spoil the phton with my trunks.A Romance of Toronto | Annie Gregg Savigny
Meanwhile a cooly, who had been summoned from the ricefields, appeared upon the scene and took up my Gladstone bag.A Visit to Java | W. Basil Worsfold
British Dictionary definitions for Gladstone bag
a piece of hand luggage consisting of two equal-sized hinged compartments
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