Luggage in a sentence

The word "luggage" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of luggage and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Luggage

  • That which is lugged; anything cumbrous and heavy to be carried; especially, a traveler's trunks, baggage, etc., or their contents.
  • cases used to carry belongings when traveling

How to use luggage in a sentence. Luggage pronunciation.

Three days later Miss Derrick arrived, bringing with her something like half-a-ton of luggage.
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I'll send for my luggage; you shan't be troubled with it long.
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Anticipating this, Mrs. Higgins had already packed all the luggage, and Louise, as well as it could be managed, had been clad for the journey.
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When the two had gone she learnt from the housemaid that their luggage would be removed later in the day.
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She took her passage, had her luggage taken on board, and expected to sail on the following day.
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She was surprised, but he was positive, and prevailed upon her to postpone her voyage, and assisted her to remove her luggage out of the vessel.
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Then one day she disappeared, with her luggage.
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Giving their luggage to a porter, Mr. Carey set out to walk with Philip to the vicarage; it took them little more than five minutes, and, when they reached it, Philip suddenly remembered the gate.
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The luggage had gone, and the door into the garden, still open, showed how it had been got away.
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When he arrived in Paris he had his luggage put on a cab and trundled off slowly through the gay streets, over the bridge, and along the narrow ways of the Latin Quarter.
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They left the luggage at the station, and set off gaily.
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Mildred came about six, and Philip, who was watching from the window, went down to let her in and help her to bring up the luggage: it consisted now of no more than three large parcels wrapped in brown paper, for she had been obliged to sell everything that was not absolutely needful.
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Philip passed off her sulky reply with a laugh, and, the landlady having arranged to send for their luggage, they sat down to rest themselves.
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He had little luggage to pack.
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Cassandra's reply, "I've lost my luggage," in no way helped her to a conclusion.
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Her eyes rested upon Ralph, with an expression which seemed better fitted to accompany a profound thanksgiving for his existence or some vow of eternal devotion than a question about luggage.
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Keeps all his luggage here, though.
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He dispatched his luggage to the Faucon, and sprang lightly in the carriage when the omnibuses had departed for the Lausanne plateau.
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There is a written order to settle my affairs and remove my luggage.
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Traveling luggage told the story of a sudden jaunt.
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Examples of Luggage

Example #1
She bounded up the doorsteps, and, meeting Mrs. Mumford in the hall, kissed her fervently.
Example #2
So the matter was settled, and Mumford ran off gaily to catch his train.
Example #3
And you'll be paid all that's owing.
Example #4
I was going to tell you something; but you don't care what becomes of me.
Example #5
The doctor, easily perceiving how matters stood, made no difficulty about the patient's removal in a closed carriage, and, with exercise of all obvious precautions, she might travel as soon as she liked.
Example #6
And this was almost entirely due to Louise's influence for the girl impressed upon her mother that 'to make a row' would be the sure and certain way of proving that Mrs. Mumford was justified in claiming social superiority over her guests.