- a usually rectangular piece of luggage especially for carrying clothes while traveling.
Origin of suitcase
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Examples from the Web for suitcase
Her business started in a suitcase, where she kept her supplies.Inside A Finishing School for Transwomen
December 27, 2014
One woman dying on his floor, another rotting in a suitcase: An alleged killer stuns the financial community in Hong Kong.
Police said the woman in the suitcase had died on the previous day.
The suitcase of stunners that Amal revealed throughout the weekend proves that she has one amazing sense of style.Screw George Clooney—Amal Alamuddin Is the Catch
September 30, 2014
He books your work, drives you to set, wheels your suitcase in, helps you collect your check and, of course, spends it.Christy Mack: The Porn World Unites Over A Fallen Comrade
August 16, 2014
She took one look, caught up the suitcase and raced down the stairs.
He picked up the suitcase with one hand and took his wife's arm with the other.
In the morning I packed her suitcase and handed it to the porter of her train.
Slowly, Galusha, tugging the suitcase, stumbled to the edge of the piazza.
He spent most of that night packing his trunk and his suitcase.
- a portable rectangular travelling case, usually stiffened, for carrying clothing, etc
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Word Origin and History for suitcase
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Idioms and Phrases with suitcase
see live out (of a suitcase).
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