footlocker footlocker


  • (n) a trunk for storing personal possessions; usually kept at the foot of a bed (as in a barracks)


  1. A young black woman named Sapphire needs three friends to drag aboard a heavy wooden crate, a cross between a coffin and footlocker.
  2. He led a recent visitor to a nearby cellar, where he had hidden half a dozen M-16 rifles and a footlocker full of land mines.
  3. Missing were the battery, a tape player and a black footlocker that had been in the trunk.


  • Got a surefire way to upgrade MREs?

    Whether it's a footlocker full of pogey bait or that one must-have secret ingredient you're always sure to stash away in your rucksack, we've all found ways to spice up MREs and other field grub while deployed or underway.
    on July 8, 2013     Source: Army Times


  • "They were also able to recover four other handguns, two of which are reported stolen, a footlocker full of ammunition," Bully-Cummings said. "In addition to our police radio, 10-15 other police radios...... it's my understanding that there's...
    on Nov 19, 2007 By: Ella Bully-Cummings Source: WXYZ

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