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Etymologies

Unknown; compare Old English bindeleĀ ("a binding, a tying"), and bundle. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • A small "bindle" of what appeared to be cocaine fell out of the purse, the report said.

    Paris Hilton charged with felony drug possession

  • Flynn said Hilton denied owning a small plastic "bindle" containing 0.8 grams of cocaine that the police lieutenant said fell out when Hilton opened the purse to get a tube of lip balm.

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  • Lt Flynn said Hilton denied owning a small plastic "bindle" containing 0.8 grams of cocaine that he said fell out when she opened the purse to get a tube of lip balm.

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  • Flynn said Hilton denied owning a small plastic "bindle" containing 0.8 grams of cocaine powder that the police lieutenant said fell out when Hilton opened the purse to get a tube of lip balm.

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  • Detectives reportedly noted that the "bindle" packages of cocaine can actually sell for up to

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  • Laid it out and stacked the presents in the middle, pulled the edges together, made a bindle and put it on his back.

    Christmas Magic

  • The Kid said he'd been on his own for three years and helped Toland learn the lingo of the road; "yard bull" was a railroad detective, "stemming the drag" meant panhandling on a city street, and "bindle stiff" was the Depression-era alternative to "hobo."

    Jeffrey Shaffer: Strangers on a Page

  • But what, I wonder, ever became of his bindle stiff buddy?

    Jeffrey Shaffer: Strangers on a Page

  • Even low down bindle-stiffs and stew-bums, after a once-over, would have passed this man by.

    THE PRINCESS

  • I know your kind -- brave as lions when it comes to pullin 'miserable, broken-spirited bindle stiffs, but as leery as a yellow dog when you face a man.

    CHAPTER IV

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