American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A blanket fabric made of low-grade woolen cloth with a nap on both sides.
- n. Clothing and other personal gear carried by a camper.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See duffle.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A kind of coarse woolen cloth, having a thick nap or frieze.
- n. Colloq., U. S. Outfit or suppplies, collectively; kit.
- n. a coarse heavy woolen fabric
- n. a large cylindrical bag of heavy cloth; for carrying personal belongings
- From the Belgian town of Duffel. (Wiktionary)
- Dutch, after Duffel, a town of northern Belgium. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Many of the cases appear to be shameless, with some suspects simply mailing thousands of dollars home or smuggling money out of the country in duffel bags.”
“I loved the scenes with Dean saying that in his duffel is salt, they should do a circle and get inside.”
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“Come on, that crocodile duffel is just begging for it.”
“The next item I took out of the duffel was a black nylon webbed gun belt with pouches to hold pepper spray and bludgeoning batons, not to mention my Smith & Wesson.”
“The basket that sits in his light boat to hold his smaller articles is called a duffel basket, as was the basket of sundries in the trader's canoe, I fancy.”
“At least one past incident at Orlando International Airport shows the limits of background checks: In March 2007, an airline employee used his security privileges to sneak a duffel bag containing 13 handguns, an assault rifle and 8 pounds of marijuana aboard a Delta flight from Orlando to San Juan.”
“Consider investing in a wheeled duffel, which is typically made of ultra-lightweight material and holds a lot.”
“Now load up with the bundles and boxes, the tent, the blanket-roll, the clothes-bag, the provisions -- all the stuff that is known as "duffel" in New York, and "_butins_" in French Canada, and "_wangan_" in”
“If it came down to fuel I would say they already charge for extra baggage such as duffel bags and suit cases.”
“Holly was shocked to see Hannah standing there with Mason on her hip and a giant duffel bag slung over her shoulder.”
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This is a list of my favourite words (phrases) in english, as a second language. I love them mostly because of how they sound and their meaning.
Woven, knit and tatted fabrics. Other kinds of cloth, such as tapa and chamois are not included.
Bags, bags, bags
They're very useful things
If we didn't have bags
What would we use
To put all our things in.
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