Suitcase in a sentence

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

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Definition of Suitcase

  • a portable rectangular container for carrying clothes

How to use suitcase in a sentence. Suitcase pronunciation.

He picked up the suitcase-an expensive suitcase it was, elaborately strapped and buckled, with a telescope back and gold fittings-and hastened toward the wagon.
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Then, still shivering, he took a brisk walk up and down beside the suitcase and, finally, circumnavigated the little station.
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He came to anchor once more by the suitcase and drew a long, hopeless breath.
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Before the vehicle reached the station the boy had tossed away the cigarette, picked up the suitcase, and was waiting.
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He picked up the suitcase.
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There's your suitcase out there in the hall, son.
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At noon, when he came home for dinner, he said, as they rose from the table: "Where's my suitcase, up attic?
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Fur's that goes," she added, with a little catch in her breath and a wave of her hand toward the open trunk and suitcase upon the floor, "I wouldn't need to know, I could SEE.
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He had expected to find his grandfather or his Uncle Joe waiting for him; in this he was disappointed, and as the sun was getting along toward mid-afternoon, he had picked up his worn suitcase and set off through the town by a route that he knew would bring him to a short- cut over the hills.
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He replaced his cap, swung his suitcase over the fence, jumped down to the frozen ground and set off down the hill.
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When he had quenched his thirst, he picked up his suitcase again, resting it on one shoulder, and continued up the lane to the house.
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By the time he had cranked the engine, the occupants of the car had alighted and his uncle was starting for the house, his arms full of suitcases.
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A little later Tony came around the corner of the station, a huge suitcase under each arm, followed by a rather good-looking woman of medium height, and, like Tony, a true type of sunny Italy.
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One of the suitcases was put on the empty front seat of the car and the other was placed on end between Tony and his wife in the tonneau, and then they started for the farm.
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Tony now started for his room, the suitcases under his arms.
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A suitcase stands beside the chair.
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Then he picks up his suitcase and goes, with an air of complete finality, into the other room_.
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Howdy, folks!-guess yuh thought I'd plumb lost the trail back," he called to them over his shoulder while he dove after suitcases, packages of various sizes and shapes, a box or two which the Happy Family recognized as containing "raw stock," and a camera tripod that looked perfectly new.
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Kennedy had already started to telephone to his own laboratory, describing a certain suitcase to one of his students and giving his directions.
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He was carrying a heavy suitcase and a small tank.
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Examples of Suitcase

Example #1
Mr. Young had just picked up the reins.
Example #2
It looked as if all living things were abandoning him and he was to be left marooned, to starve or freeze, provided he was not blown away first.
Example #3
The voyage of discovery was unprofitable; there was nothing to discover.
Example #4
The youth upon that platform turned up his coat collar, thrust his gloved hands into his pockets, and shivered.
Example #5
He thought of the cheery dining room at the school he had left the day before.
Example #6
So far as he could see-which was by no means far-upon each side of the building was nothing but bare fields and tossing pines, and wind and cold and blackness.