Origin of satchel
Related formssatch·eled, adjectiveun·satch·eled, adjective
Definition for satchel (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for satchel
Dostum himself summoned a doctor, who arrived carrying a satchel with a large saw on top that was used for amputating limbs.The Warlord Who Defines Afghanistan: An Excerpt From Bruce Riedel’s ’What We Won’|Bruce Riedel|July 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But as Triplett pointed out everyone in baseball knew Satchel Paige and Paige was one heck of a business man.
Doby was not as bubbly a personality as Satchel and was more matter of fact in personality than Jackie.
Judge Wilk would ultimately grant Mia custody of Satchel and Dylan.
In particular, Clinton was enamored of her fuchsia Salvatore Ferragamo satchel.
He knew the way to it, and a servant followed him, carrying his satchel.Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz|L. Frank Baum
Then I was forced to answer, and a lie seemed easier than the truth: so I said I had left my satchel and my books at school.The Bad Family and Other Stories|Mrs. Fenwick
I took off my satchel, intending to tie it round my neck after I had undressed.Martin Hyde, The Duke's Messenger|John Masefield
A woman goes with her; supporting her gently by the arm and carrying her satchel of books.Little Ferns For Fanny's Little Friends|Fanny Fern
A man she knew to be Doctor Brackett stood on the porch, a satchel in his hand.The Cottage of Delight|Will N. Harben