two-suiter

[ too-soo-ter ]
/ ˈtuˈsu tər /

noun

a suitcase designed to hold two suits and additional smaller items.
Bridge. a hand having at least five cards in each of two suits.

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Origin of two-suiter

1920–25 for def. 2; 1955–60, Americanismfor def. 1; two suit(s) + -er1
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Example sentences from the Web for two-suiter

  • I opened my two-suiter and took out my toilet kit and went to the bathroom.

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