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one-suiter

[ wuhn-soo-ter ]
/ ˈwʌnˈsu tər /
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noun
a piece of luggage designed to hold one suit and other smaller items, as underwear or socks.
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Also called single-suiter.

Origin of one-suiter

1960–65, Americanism;one suit + -er1
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