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sack up

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sack out

verb phrase

To go to bed; sleep; hit the hay: Well, it's time to sack out (WWII armed forces)

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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  • And when she handed the sack up to him and then kept on up the hill, he became autocratic in his tone.

    Lonesome Land B. M. Bower
  • 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.

    Cardigan Robert W. Chambers
  • Then, slinging the sack up on his shoulder, he walked toward the door, giving Sim a friendly backward glance as he went out.

    The Orchard Secret Cleo Garis
  • Consider if you or I had to pull a solid, eleven-stone man in a sack up here.

    The Red Redmaynes Eden Phillpotts

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