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satchelsatch‧el /ˈsætʃəl/ noun [countable]  satchel.jpg SESDCCa leather bag that you carry over your shoulder, used especially in the past by children for carrying books to school
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satchelThe gun was in my left hand, and in my right I was holding a satchel.Crews erected metal posts around the base of the audio tower, where a satchel containing the bomb had been left.With a sinking feeling, Katherine rearranged the items in her satchel.The next day she carried her secret weapon to school in her satchel.The boy opened his satchel and took out the bread-roll that he was supposed to keep for lunch.They used her shoulder-bag and the satchel Travis had found on the plane to pack them in.Then the bomb in the satchel went off.As he was unzipping the satchel, I moved around to the side of the table and pocketed his gun.
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