When he arrived, carrying nothing but a knapsack, he retrieved his Lampoon credit card from his wallet and broke it in two.
So I moved the knapsack and the clothes into my own room in order to take better care of them.
It was a captured Confederate knapsack, flattened and flabby.
Some he tore into fragments; others he carefully replaced in his knapsack.
No, there was the knapsack of provisions, the saucepan, the coffee-pot!
Have him take the hay out of his knapsack and fill it with stones—and see that it is filled full.
I wish that the two geese which are baking in the oven were in my knapsack.
What if the Colonel should go down into the bowels of Si's knapsack!
Here in the market-place stood Knud, with his knapsack on his back.
Having left his knapsack and gun on the bank, he stepped on board, thinking that some of the crew might appear.