Definition of Duffle

1. Noun. A large cylindrical bag of heavy cloth; for carrying personal belongings.

Exact synonyms: Duffel, Duffel Bag, Duffle Bag
Generic synonyms: Drawstring Bag



2. Noun. A coarse heavy woolen fabric.
Exact synonyms: Duffel
Generic synonyms: Cloth, Fabric, Material, Textile

Definition of Duffle

1. n. See Duffel.

Definition of Duffle

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of duffel) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Duffle

1. duffel [n -S] - See also: duffel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Duffle

duetto
duettos
duetts
duff
duff up
duffed
duffel
duffel bag
duffel coat
duffels
duffer
duffers
duffest
duffing
duffings
duffle (current term)
duffle bag
duffle coat
duffles
duffs
dufftail
dufftails
duffy blood-group system
dufrenite
dufrenites
duftite
dufus
dufuses
dug
dug-out

Literary usage of Duffle

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1. The Adirondacks by Thomas Morris Longstreth (1917)
"A duffle bag is a cylindrical bit of waterproofing in which your ... But he did n't call it a duffle bag. It was first called that in the Adiron- dacks. ..."

2. The Adirondacks by Thomas Morris Longstreth (1917)
"CHAPTER XVH duffle ASCOT'S heart may be in the Highlands, but ours were in our duffle bags. A duffle bag is a cylindrical bit of waterproofing in which your ..."

3. En Repos and Elsewhere Over There: Verses Written in France, 1917-1918 by Lansing Warren, Robert A. Donaldson (1918)
"... A DUFFER'S duffle A TANGLED mess of shirts and socks, Underwear, shoe-strings, neckties and stocks, A bottle of something heaved in by chance, ..."

4. The Mentor (1893)
"2 DAVID duffle WOOD. MR. WOOD is generally known as one of Philadelphia's best organists; but those who know him well, recognize in him a cultured musician, ..."

5. Reports of the Decisions of the Court of Appeals of the State of New York by New York (State). Court of Appeals, Austin Abbott (1878)
"duffle. //. W. Robinson and Messrs. Owen & Mitchell, for respondents. —The service in prison was valid and regular. Hoffm. Ch. Pr. 109; 1 Dan. ..."

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