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  • n. A satchel used to carry supplies for school, a bookbag

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a bag for carrying school books and supplies


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  • And the weird Queenslanders call a schoolbag a port.

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  • “Mom, please,” I said as I dropped my schoolbag onto the tattered area rug, “not now.”

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  • I asked Mom before I dropped my schoolbag and took off my sweater.

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  • I cringed as I recalled, as I often did in the retail district, the humiliation of being caught by Mr. Conti with a bottle of shampoo that my mother had forced me to slip into my schoolbag.

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  • “Maybe I've forgotten something in my schoolbag…” But he already knows, as he rifles through the ripped sheets and broken pencils that there is nothing.

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  • It was like remembering you forgot your schoolbag after the bus had already dumped you off at school.

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  • In the morning, the boys are gratifyingly ecstatic, but as we're setting off for school someone knocks the spaceship with a schoolbag, and the left side shears off and clatters to the floor, breaking into several pieces.

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  • These include Piet Breinholm the man who turned the vintage Danish leather schoolbag into a style object, who has crafted leather tags for the room keys.

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  • I hoist my schoolbag higher and enter the overgrown front garden, the air full of spilled motor oil and rubber tires.

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  •  With his schoolbag packed he headed out the door for the walk to school.

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