from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A trunk for storing personal belongings, especially one kept at the foot of a bed, as in a barracks.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A long, rectangular trunk or similar container that lays flat on the floor and is usually kept at the foot of a bed, commonly used in barracks and dormitories.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a trunk for storing personal possessions; usually kept at the foot of a bed (as in a military barracks).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a trunk for storing personal possessions; usually kept at the foot of a bed (as in a barracks)
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On top of my footlocker was a worn-looking pair of leather work boots, and atop my neatly folded clothes, innocently enough, was a small New Testament Bible.
This will be the first time that a good chunk of the series will be released on DVD, and even though I was skeptical of what sounded like a boring "footlocker" package, I'm really impressed with the presentation … pre-order ($145, shipping included) and will be released on July 22nd.
That was the only time I ever saw my stepfather open the footlocker.
She found a diamond ring in Iwao's footlocker and retraced several conversations he had with her father.
Had it not been for that footlocker, I would have never known.
Behind the footlocker Ben spotted an everyday object he had seen every day of his childhood but had never had any interest in until today.
When he realized he would be homeless, Mr. Livingston bought a sturdy backpack to store his gear, a padlock for his footlocker at the shelter and a $25 annual premium Flickr account to display the digital photos he takes.
A little later Neil said, Step had this footlocker from when he was in the Navy.
She closed the wallet and tossed it back into the footlocker.
The alleged Noah could have put any damn thing he wanted, assuming it existed at the time, in his big footlocker.