Definition of Kit bag
1. Noun. A knapsack (usually for a soldier).
Generic synonyms: Back Pack, Backpack, Haversack, Knapsack, Packsack, Rucksack
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kit Bag
Literary usage of Kit bag
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. With the Doughboy in France: A Few Chapters of an American Effort by Edward Hungerford (1920)
"... IN YOUE OLD kit bag" VV How many times that message — varying sometimes in its exact phrasing, but never in its intent — was flashed from France to the ..."
2. Readings in the economics of war by John Maurice Clark, Walton Hale Hamilton, Harold Glenn Moulton (1918)
"THE "KIT-BAG" TRADE' We are officially informed that numerous persons, to the detriment of the community, unlawfully obtain food controlled by the state ..."
3. Privates' Manual by James Alfred Moss (1916)
"The "Surplus Kit" is carried in the Surplus kit bag, of which there is one to ... These individual kits will be packed in the Surplus kit bag in two layers ..."
4. Company Administration by William Henry Waldron (1917)
"The kit bag for the sergeants and that for the cooks and musicians (or ... These individual kits will be packed in the surplus kit bag in two layers of four ..."