[ UK /tˈəʊt/ ]
[ US /ˈtoʊt/ ]
[ US /ˈtoʊt/ ]
- a capacious bag or basket
carry with difficulty
You'll have to lug this suitcase
How To Use tote In A Sentence
- Why pay 5p for a plastic bag when you can jazz up a plain canvas tote? Times, Sunday Times
- Lily picked Petal up and put her back in the tote.
- Buchannan, at least, I think he can't displace; the man was practically an asymptote. "Edge Of Darkness" (2010)
- It was the boobook owl, mopoke, a totem being to the Arrernte Aborigines of these arid lands along the Macdonnell Ranges to the west of Alice Springs. Wildwood
- Long ago, the world was ruled by two great animal totems.
- The conference began with a Wednesday evening welcome reception, held at Chicago's Field Museum, where 28 mostly Illinois breweries had set up beer stations among two stuffed elephants, a couple of totem poles and a tyrannosaur skeleton. Beer: A celebration of craft brewing
- Colorado Plateau sandstone is nearly totemic in texture and color: voluptuously carved by wind and water, bared to a glory of sunset colors.
- A lot of the foods that we connect with African-Americans, whether totemically, whether positively or negatively, are indeed and in fact foods from the continent. NPR Topics: News
- She would have "toted" me farther, but I felt myself too much of a man to allow it. Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, Written by Himself. His Early Life as a Slave, His Escape from Bondage, and His Complete History to the Present Time, Including His Connection with the Anti-slavery Movement; His Labors in Great Britain as Well as in
- By insisting that Aristotelian forms were spiritual substances distinct from matter, professors equally made room for the logical possibility of bodiless invisible spirits at work in the universe.