lunch box

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lunch box

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lunchbox

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1. US name: lunchpail a container for carrying a packed lunch
2. jocular Brit and Austral a man's genitals
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It is the blue-collar coal miner who clutches his lunch pail and descends into the cavernous abyss every day, praying that he'll return unscathed while barely making enough to make ends meet.
This description is metonymically captured by the lunch pail, an image of an athlete as a blue-collar worker, a construction worker eating his lunch on the jobsite, never taking a true break from his work.
We've got to bring the lunch pail and outwork the other team and do it smartly.
They come to work every day with their lunch pail, and they give you a full day's work.
On a nightly basis, you know you've got to bring your hard hat and lunch pail if you're going to play the Razorbacks because it's going to be an all-day job.
EDITH QUIMBY started off in the kitchen inadvertently, as a little girl who delivered her father's lunch pail.
95) tells of absent-minded Jackie, who's always losing his lunch pail, his math book, and even his shadow or was his shadow stolen?
Pop Sullivan, who hasn't missed a day of work in his 33 years as a railroad conductor, absorbs the blow and stoically grabs his lunch pail and heads off to the rail yard.
I might drool a little bit, may rock the helmet and a lunch pail, just acting like I don't care about anything.