dressing case


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dressing case

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(Clothing & Fashion) (esp formerly) a box or case fitted with all the toilet articles necessary for dressing oneself, arranging one's hair, etc
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Noun1.dressing case - a small piece of luggage for carrying brushes and bottles and toilet articles while traveling
baggage, luggage - cases used to carry belongings when traveling
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