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Sack

Definition of sack:

part of speech: verb

To put into a sack.

part of speech: noun

The plunder or devastation of a town: ravage.

part of speech: verb

To plunder; put into bags.

part of speech: noun

A large bag of coarse cloth, for holding grain, flour, etc.: the contents of a sack: a loose upper garment or cloak.

part of speech: noun

A bag or pouch, especially a large coarse bag; a short, loose garment or cloak; a Spanish dry wine; plunder by soldiers of a town taken by storm.

part of speech: verb

To put into a sack; to pillage.

part of speech: noun

A large bag; loose coat; act of plundering a town; a Spanish wine.

part of speech: verb

To plunder: to ravage.

Usage examples for sack:

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