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pak

[pak] /pæk/
noun
1.
pack; package.
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  • But this is more serious, pak—because I think you love me and you have trouble.

    West Of The Sun Edgar Pangborn
  • Dirtiest way she could answer pak's challenge to personal combat, and the automatic refusal makes an excuse to come and clean up.

    West Of The Sun Edgar Pangborn
  • One: you remember pakriaa's second challenge, sent by two warriors, correct and formal—trust pak for that.

    West Of The Sun Edgar Pangborn
  • Champac, cham′pak, n. an Indian tree of great beauty, much venerated by Brahminists and Buddhists.

  • I can get along a good spel with the stuf in the pak and wudcok seson cuming on.

    Double Challenge James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • Kim and pak, in their youth, swore a pact to abstain from drinking, which pact was speedily broken.

  • "My ancient and very-much-to-be-respected ancestor sleeps," said pak Chung Chang.

British Dictionary definitions for pak

Pak

/pæk/
noun
1.
Pakistan
noun, adjective
2.
Pakistani
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