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dack

/ (dæk) /
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Definition of dack

verb
(tr) Australian informal to remove the trousers from (someone) by force
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How to use dack in a sentence

  • And they made ear-rings and ornaments from these green stones, which were tchew-dack-na-ha-gay-awh or turquoises.

    Aw-Aw-Tam Indian Nights|J. William Lloyd
  • The ruck ordinarily had such awful names, Jark and Dack and Orp.

    The Buttoned Sky|Geoff St. Reynard
  • And the infatuated woman, so Sara Dack reported, insisted that it would be a boy.

  • But Sara Dack persisted in her assertion and was called a low-mouthed liar.

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