Forde called Jason Bush “gunny” and she apparently believed his wild tales about being a star sniper in the Army.
He was the usual bundle of bones and blue cotton rags, and his gunny bags flapped on his stick legs like banners.
He hadn't any overcoat on and his feet and legs were tied up in gunny sacks.
Beside him was a gunny sack, tied in the middle and filled at both ends.
This was the overflow from a gunny sack in which he carried the rest.
In his left hand was a gunny sack, in his right a formidable six-shooter.
The gunny sack about the throat was marked by the blood stains only.
I would have sacrificed my sports skirt for a flag and wornworn a gunny sack, if necessary!
Does the lady live who would put her new hat in a gunny sack?
This cloth measures about two feet by eight inches, and is of thick texture like gunny, and variously coloured.
1711, Anglo-Indian goney "coarse fabric," from Hindi goni, from Sanskrit goni "sack." Gunny sack attested by 1862.