A usually rectangular piece of luggage for carrying clothing.(noun)
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Use "suitcase" in a sentence
"Living out of a suitcase is her modus operandi, as she is usually on tour."
"Right now, I think the large size of the seal on his suitcase is a bit distracting."
"So between the dresses and the exercise clothes and the naughty nurse outfit (I'm just kidding! seriously!), the suitcase is already way full, and we haven't even talked about shoes yet."