Definition of Sponge bag

1. Noun. A waterproof bag for holding bathrooms items (soap and toothpaste etc.) when you are travelling.

Exact synonyms: Toilet Bag
Generic synonyms: Bag
Geographical relationships: Britain, Great Britain, U.k., Uk, United Kingdom, United Kingdom Of Great Britain And Northern Ireland



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sponge Bag

spondylolisthetic pelvis
spondylolysis
spondylomalacia
spondylopathy
spondyloptosis
spondylopyosis
spondyloschisis
spondylosis
spondylosyndesis
spondylothoracic
spondylotomy
spondylous
spondyls
spong
sponge bag (current term)
sponge bath
sponge baths
sponge biopsy
sponge cake
sponge cakes
sponge cloth
sponge down
sponge genus
sponge gourd
sponge mop
sponge morel
sponge mushroom
sponge off
sponge on

Literary usage of Sponge bag

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1. The way of the woods: A Manual for Sportsmen in Northeastern United States by Edward Breck (1908)
"The sleeping-bag cannot be kicked off like blankets and it may be used in place of the war-bag, to hold extra clothes, sponge-bag, towel, etc. ..."

2. The Way of the Woods: A Manual for Sportsmen in Northeastern United States by Edward Breck (1908)
"I mention these because I usually pack them in my sleeping-bag, the sponge-bag folding in the towels. Sponge-bag The bag should be a stout one. ..."

3. Life of Frederick Courtenay Selous, D.S.O., Capt. 25th Royal Fusiliers by John Guille Millais (1919)
"A hasty look round assured him that no one was in sight anywhere in the park, so still holding the sponge-bag containing the eight large blue eggs in his ..."

4. Charterhouse: Old and New by Edward Parry Eardley-Wilmot, E. C. Streatfield (1895)
"This ill-fated sponge- bag caused much suffering, for as no one laid claim to having deposited it where it was found, the whole dormitory found themselves ..."

5. Charterhouse: Old and New by Edward Parry Eardley-Wilmot, E. C. Streatfield (1895)
"Pillow-fighting is undeniably attractive, and so too is football with a well inflated sponge-bag, and many a good game of both is indulged in by the young ..."

6. Charterhouse: Old and New by Edward Parry Eardley-Wilmot, E. C. Streatfield (1895)
"Pillow-fighting is undeniably attractive, and so too is football with a well inflated sponge-bag, and many a good game of both is indulged in by the young ..."

7. Wrinkles and Notions for Every Household by De Salis (Harriet Anne) (1904)
"Dip a sponge, before starting on a long journey, in water, and place it in the sponge-bag without squeezing it out, and it can be so packed that the water ..."

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