from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of duffel.
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- n. Alternative spelling of duffel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See duffel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A coarse woolen cloth having a thick nap or frieze, generally knotted or tufted.
- n. Baggage; supplies; specifically, a sportsman's or camper's outfit.
- Made of duffle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a large cylindrical bag of heavy cloth; for carrying personal belongings
- n. a coarse heavy woolen fabric
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Tony Geary is going to take his black leather embellished SL McFadin duffle bag on his next trip to Amsterdam.
Hell fire, they have more than that stuffed in duffle bags just awaiting the time to disperse it, which is when Bushco leaves office.
The collection features two stadium jackets in Italian duffle wool and Maharishi signature Bonsai camo, and two pairs of Maharishi's Original Snopants.
i keep a thin duffle bag (squish-packs to nothing on the way out), and put laundry during my trip. souvenirs go into this bag, which itself gois into my suitcase for extra protection.
A cardboard box was full of herbarium specimens, and concealed inside in a duffle was a live specimen of the bouga toad.
These shoes are made out of a warm English cloth called duffle, and are in shape like a large mit without a thumb.
Just how a poem with a single plural noun, the title, a singular noun, "duffle," and 36 adjectives was connected to the cryptic forms of the drawing was going to be hard to fathom.
Some extra items are exempt, such as duffle bags for military personnel and mobility devices such as scooters for disabled passengers.
If we go camping in summer and can have our equipment or "duffle," as the woodsmen call it, carried by team, the wall tent will be the best one to take.
You will require some kind of a waterproof "duffle" bag to carry your personal things -- tooth brush, extra clothing, mirror, fishing tackle, towel, soap, medicine, in fact whatever you think you will need.