To go to bed; sleep; hit the hay: Well, it's time to sack out (WWII armed forces)
And when she handed the sack up to him and then kept on up the hill, he became autocratic in his tone.
He hung the sack up on a nail, and said: 'Please have the bathroom heated, cousin.'
But before he could complete his proposition, they were jerked in the sack up on to their feet.
He was tying my sack up with grass, clumsily I thought for one who had lived as a forest-runner.
Then, slinging the sack up on his shoulder, he walked toward the door, giving Sim a friendly backward glance as he went out.
Consider if you or I had to pull a solid, eleven-stone man in a sack up here.