Recent Examples of briefcase from the Web
A locking briefcase containing a wallet, memory stick, binoculars, nunchucks, two decorative pens and a red leather organizer was retrieved from the front passenger side floor.
Trunk Clothiers, MaryleboneFor Felisi briefcases and Mackintosh trenches right across from Chiltern Firehouse.
The 202-level move: Add one item like a pocket square or soft briefcase from a totally different color family.
Alfred Dunhill Ltd. manufactures and sells luxury goods, such as $1,090 Cadogan briefcases, $1,650 Boston backpacks, and $5,400 Duke holdalls.
Dressed to the nines, with his signature briefcase in hand, this teenaged talent has arrived to showcase the latest designs from Mo's Bows — his highly successful bow tie company.
Can rock, will roll: Exactly 50 summers ago, portable record players inside small suitcase/briefcase style packages were a hot commodity at the first electronics trade show now called CES.
Levenger is a provider of heritage and digital technologies in its accessories, including writing instruments; leather portfolios, briefcases, digital storage solutions and home and office furniture.
The show ended with the ladder rematch and Carmella again taking home the briefcase.
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Definition of briefcase for English Language Learners
: a flat case that is used for carrying papers or books
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