duffel duffel  /ˈdə fəl/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a large cylindrical bag of heavy cloth; for carrying personal belongings
  2. (n) a coarse heavy woolen fabric

Usage(s):

  1. Modeled after a Coach duffel from the 1960s, it draws on iconic Coach signatures like brass hardware and leather binding, and its appeal crosses over different age groups.
  2. So he started making them himself, selling them to friends and out of duffel bags at parties and DJ shows.
  3. When she showed up at the courthouse on July 29, she had a surprise in her duffel bag.

News

  1. News 4 investigates security in Mercy Hospital following incident

    (KMOV) – News 4 visited Mercy Hospital to see how tight security was after a man allegedly walked right in carrying a bag full of weapons and drugs on Tuesday. According to police, a man disguised himself in an attempt to visit his hospitalized girlfriend after hours. Jerold Baybo, 39, allegedly walked into Mercy Hospital with a duffel bag containing a loaded pistol, a knife, and drugs.  Baybo ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: KMOV St. Louis

  2. Police beat: June 12

    A suspicious duffel bag was reported at the James E. Rogers College of Law last week, at approximately 8:42 a.m.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Arizona Daily Wildcat

  3. Michael Brown is latest D.C. lawmaker to plead guilty to federal charges

    Former D.C. Council member Michael A. Brown pleaded guilty Monday to a public corruption charge for accepting tens of thousands of dollars in cash stuffed in duffel bags and coffee cups while in office, following in the footsteps of two other former city lawmakers who pleaded guilty last year to ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Washington Times

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Quotes

  1. "Anna did not have 300 bottles of drugs filling up a duffel bag like the world wants to think," Stern said.
    on Mar 17, 2008 By: Howard K Stern Source: USA Today

  2. "There were no keys, so every day you take everything with you," said Gardner. "For a year, I'd take my son, his stroller, a big duffel bag with all his clothes in it, my briefcase, an umbrella, the biggest bag of Pampers in the world, one...
    on May 26, 2006 By: Chris Gardner Source: CBS News

  3. "When he was a plebe, he was stuffed in a duffel bag and run up the flagpole," Bush said about his former chief of staff who left the school when he married.
    on Jun 19, 2006 By: President Bush Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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