sack

Part of speech: verb

To put into, cover with, or carry in a sack.

Part of speech: noun

A bag for bulky articles.

Part of speech: noun

A loose garment with sleeves.

Part of speech: verb

To plunder ( a town or city).

Part of speech: noun

The pillaging of a captured town or city; booty obtained by pillage.

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Usage examples "sack":

  1. I had been enough about my uncle's barn to know the feel of a sack. - "The Boy Tar", Mayne Reid.
  2. They could only sack him, hand him the blue envelope! - "Skinner's Dress Suit", Henry Irving Dodge.
  3. But that was nothing to the enthusiastic interest over the sack of the Tuileries and the escape of the Royal Family: I have never known anything like it in after life. - "Story of My Life, volumes 1-3", Augustus J. C. Hare.