sack

All Noun Verb
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  • Info A sack is a slack bag without handles.
  • He led the team in sacks six times and finished second on the team four times.
  • During his whole career as a manager he was never sacked by any of his clubs.
  • They were then allowed to sleep together, each in their own sack.
  • It was the first season of his career in which he did not record a sack.
  • He recorded a sack in four of the team's first five games of the season.
  • That season he became the big ten's all time sack leader and finished his degree on time.
  • That season he became the big ten's all time sack leader and finished his degree on time.
  • Sack produced films under all of his company's various names.
  • The British army crossed the river and sacked every village in the area.
  • He once held his school's all-time sack and career tackles records.
  • He once held his school's all-time sack and career tackles records.
  • Six times during the season, opponents were held to one sack-or-less.
  • He got off to a quick start, recording four sacks in a September game.
  • His production returned as he led his team in both tackles and sacks.
  • Numerous cities were sacked and the region entered what historians see as a dark age.
  • Then, she died, was put in a sack and thrown in the river.
  • With all the claims presented, another note in the sack is opened.
  • If she could go into the garden and return with a sack full of corn she would be accepted.
  • He ranks fifth on the team's all-time sack leaders list.
  • It was slightly smaller than the previous and was also not sacked.
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Meaning of sack

  • noun A bag made of paper or plastic for holding customer's purchases
  • noun The quantity contained in a sack
  • noun Any of various light dry strong white wine from spain and canary islands (including sherry)
  • noun A woman's full loose hiplength jacket
  • noun The plundering of a place by an army or mob; usually involves destruction and slaughter
    the sack of Rome
  • verb Plunder (a town) after capture
    the barbarians sacked Rome
  • verb Put in a sack
    The grocer sacked the onions