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  • n. Plural form of duffel.


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  • There were seven of them total; Erin, being the smallest, got to sit in the wayback with the duffels and blankets.

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  • Mr. Johnson's Black Sweater line named for the legend of a hostess on Florida's Jupiter Island who would place a black sweater on the porch of any visitor she disapproved of is stocked at Bergdorf Goodman; while Mr. Lauren's one-of-a-kind deconstructed tuxedos and field jackets made from vintage military duffels, army tents and sailor uniforms are at Barneys in New York.

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  • Max handed him the end of the witch chain before snatching up their duffels and the cooler and followed Valery as she led the way to the side entrance.

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  • A curbside drop-off with two enormous and overweight duffels made the goodbye hugs pass too quickly, but once inside the terminal I pushed away any uncertainty I might have had and strode with confidence towards the Lufthansa counter.

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  • Top items: Traveler's Choice travelware: luggage for men and women including hardcases, duffels and garment bags.

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  • However, Delta seems to love to put my duffels and assorted baggage on other flights.

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  • His suitcase and duffels are parked on the closet shelves at eye level.

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  • Soldiers at several locations packed their duffels and left to avoid clashes, drawing raucous cheers from the protesters.

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  • Tommy and Linda had the duffels and had trouble latching onto the rope.


  • I want you to grab the warmest clothes you have, get a toothbrush and soap if you have it, and put everything in two duffels.



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