Meaning of packsack in English:

packsack

Pronunciation /ˈpaksak/

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noun

North American
  • A rucksack or backpack.

    ‘Safely hidden with the overhang of the boulder guarding his back, he slipped the packsack from his shoulders and settled in to wait for whatever was making its way toward him through the woods.’
    • ‘Poetry is a packsack of invisible keepsakes.’
    • ‘And how about a takedown model that fits in a packsack?’
    • ‘At the age of six months, I was carried into the woods in a packsack, and this landscape became my hometown.’
    • ‘They all hopped on their bikes and Alison removed the map from her packsack to take a look at where they were heading.’
    • ‘The guidance counsellor asked Keiran to open some binders, open his packsack, shift some loose paper.’