Definition of satchel
: a small bag often with a shoulder strap
satchelfulplay \-ˌfu̇l\ noun
Recent Examples of satchel from the Web
The musical has won a satchel of awards, including five Tonys.
Here, according to the criminal complaint, is how the terror attack unfolded at the airport: At 8:52 a.m., Ftouhi entered the first level of the airport carrying a red duffel and dark satchel.
Ftouhi entered the first-floor lobby at Bishop at approximately 8:52 a.m. Wednesday, carrying a red duffle and dark satchel bag, traveling up an escalator before attacking Neville.
Dangling next to a bright red Fossil handbag is a single, blush-leather Ivanka Trump satchel.
Hicks said that Marie and her mother visited his office the next January, and opened a large satchel.
Murray's Depop shop, filled with satchels, gloves, ornaments and knitted bears, was swiftly sold out.
Anthony Breznican (@Breznican) May 23, 2017 Opens his arms, lifting his satchel for a hug.
A woman reported that sometime between 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. May 2, someone stole a Tori Burch leather satchel and a textbook that she’d left on the front passenger seat of her locked Prius.
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SATCHEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of satchel for English Language Learners
: a small bag that is carried over your shoulder and that is used for carrying clothes, books, etc.
SATCHEL Defined for Kids
Definition of satchel for Students
: a small bag (as for carrying clothes or books) that often has a shoulder strap
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