bindle

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bindle

1. A small cloth sack tied to the end of a stick and traditionally carried by hobos. When you live a nomadic life, you don't need any more possessions than can fit in your bindle.
2. A small container or envelope of drugs. Be careful—you don't want the police to catch you with a bindle of that stuff in your purse.

bindle

1. n. a packet or bundle; a hobo’s pack. Throw your bindle over yonder, and plunk your butt on that empty crate.
2. n. a packet of drugs. (Drugs.) She had a bindle of H. in her purse.