bindle


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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.
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Directed by Jason Benjamin and co-produced by Girls' Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner, the film explores how Bindle & Keep, founded in 2011, has turned the daunting experience of buying suits into a source of empowerment for its clients.
Standin' here talkin' to a bunch of bindle stiffs--a nigger an' a dum-dum and a lousy ol' sheep" (78).
Don came back a few minutes later and handed Abe a glassine bindle.
At the hotel, Hilton told the cop she needed lip balm so the cop handed Hilton her purse: "As she began to open it, I saw a small bindle of what I believed to be cocaine in a clear baggie begin to fall from the purse and into my hand.
At that time, a plastic bindle containing a substance believed to be cocaine fell from her purse in plain view of the Metro lieutenant.
a bindle of cocaine in a plastic bag came out of her purse" in plain view of police in the room.
You can put away that bindle and push the apple cart back in the garage.
They all feature black, chocolate or Bindle Tuscan leather, coupled with a choice of matte or polished metal support brackets.
They tied their bindle, carrying their few belongings, to the handle.
The porn was a comic relic of the past, as was the remarkably huge bindle of coke I discovered behind a bookshelf.
a bindle of blow, are served up on a large shard of plated glass for a standard $25.
Most hobos carried in their bindle, or pack, a knife, fork and spoon and sometimes a metal dish and coffee cup.
And who can forget that winning image of the kid with his bindle sitting at the soda fountain with the nice cop and the knowing counter man in The Runaway (1958)?
Julie Bindle, of Justice for Women, an organisation that failed in an attempt to have Jack Straw's decision overturned, has watched the entire charade with distaste.
I argued with one such on Friday; an avid campaigner called Julie Bindle on Nicky Campbell's Radio Five show.