Definition of Overnight bag
1. Noun. A small traveling bag to carry clothing and accessories for staying overnight.
Generic synonyms: Bag, Grip, Suitcase, Traveling Bag, Travelling Bag
Specialized synonyms: Valise
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Literary usage of Overnight bag
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1. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... 21 July 1975 Perhaps the chief distinction of the picture is the number of things getting defenestrated in it: an overnight bag, a book, some manuscript ..."
2. Snake Walkers by J. Everett Prewitt (2005)
"His mother picked up his overnight bag and put it on the landing. "Now sit down and tell me everything about your job. How is your assignment going? ..."
3. 54 by Wu Ming (2005)
"Gary had taken out an overnight bag, just enough for a change of clothes. Then he reached towards the front seat, where he had left the leather folder ..."
4. A Departure from the Script: A Novel by Rochelle Hollander Schwab (2002)
"Jenny was lugging an overnight bag and carrying a long, opaque plastic garment bag. "What in the world do you have there? ..."
5. Seven Days of the Scepter by J T Watz (2007)
"Chase was already waiting for him at the bottom of the back steps with two briefcases and an overnight bag. "Keep your lights off until you get to the end ..."
6. Buenos Aires and the Best of Argentina Alive!by Arnold Greenberg by Arnold Greenberg (2000)
"... we recommend that you leave the bulk of your luggage at your hotel in Buenos Aires and pack an overnight bag. You can do without sweaters and heavy ..."
7. Republic by Charles Edward Sheehan-miles (2007)
"Each of them had a small overnight bag, no real luggage.This wasn't expected to be a long trip. After days of calling every contact they had in Washington, ..."
8. The Journey by Timothy Tuohy (2006)
"Just before he arrived a couple of service personnel came in with an overnight bag and a garment bag. They smiled and asked if it were OK to put them in my ..."