croker sack

[ kroh-ker ]
/ ˈkroʊ kər /

noun Southern U.S. (chiefly Gulf States).

a crocus sack.

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Also called croker bag .

Origin of croker sack

1875–80; croker, alteration of crocus

regional variation note for croker sack

See gunnysack.
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