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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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valiseva‧lise /vəˈliːz $ vəˈliːs/ noun [countable] old-fashioned  DLTa small suitcase
Examples from the Corpus
valiseDinah had brought a valise with her which contained her stage make-up; it would pass for luggage.She seized her valise and struck out for the back of the house and the kitchen.Charles wandered slowly up the village street in search of his valise.Theodora swung her leather valise from the car boot into the dimly lit entrance hall.That temporary-looking, fold-out bed, her clothes on hangers. the unzipped valise that had once belonged to her sister Christine.His first wife, Hadley, left a whole valise crammed with manuscripts in a railway carriage.
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