Suitcase vs Suitcased - What's the difference?

suitcase | suitcased |


As a noun suitcase

is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling.

As a verb suitcase

is to trade using samples in a.

As an adjective suitcased is

placed in a suitcase.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

suitcase

Noun

(en noun)
  • large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling
  • Verb

    (suitcas)
  • to trade using samples in a
  • Anagrams

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    suitcased

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Placed in a suitcase.
  • * 1938 , House & Garden (volume 74, page 19)
  • Protect footwear from scratches, prevent suitcased shoes from soiling clothes.
  • Carrying a suitcase.
  • * 1960 , Georg Mann, The dollar diploma (page 21)
  • In the fall, regiments of straw-suitcased small-town high-school graduates were disgorged from the trains in Garden Prairie.