Suitcases, valises, trunks, etc.; baggage
Objects, such as provisions or baggage, that impede or encumber.
A loose packing of any bulky material put around cargo for protection
Equipment, such as tools or clothing, used for a particular activity:
Plural form of garment bag
The rolling stock especially of a transportation system.
A method or service for transporting goods, esp. bulky goods, by water, land, or air: freight is usually cheaper but slower than express
A blanket fabric made of low-grade woolen cloth with a nap on both sides.
An automotive vehicle for hauling loads along highways, streets, etc.; motor truck
A piece of equipment, often containing life-support devices, designed to be used while being carried on the back:
The definition of carriage refers to the way you carry yourself or move, or vehicle used for transportation.
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The furnishings, accessories, or outfit of a ship, army, expedition, etc.; equipment
The furniture, carpets, and the like for a room, apartment, etc.
A piece of small hand luggage.
(Archaic) oat-sack, or nose-bag for a horse.
War supplies; esp., weapons and ammunition
One that is nasty:
A person who performs sexual activity for payment, especially a woman
Refuse means trash.
Any material rejected or thrown away as worthless; trash; refuse
A woman's handbag that typically has an interior frame, a rectangular shape, a flat bottom, double handles, and a hinged or zippered opening.
Any worthless, unnecessary, or offensive matter
A small piece of hand luggage.
A light, round box to hold hats, collars, etc.
Find another word for baggage. In this page you can discover 53 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for baggage, like: luggage, impedimenta, dunnage, gear, bags, valises, suitcases, steamer trunks, overnight cases, duffel bags and garment-bags.