How to use rucksack in a sentence
Meathead nodded down the hallway where two olive drab duffel bags and a rucksack sat next to the front door.Short Stories from The Daily Beast: Four Hundred Grand | Elliot Ackerman | July 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But instead of getting my rucksack, he stepped out of the car and made a call.
My father carried a rucksack, a Tommy gun, lots of spare rounds of ammunition, various grenades and a collapsible bicycle.
Jimmy picked up the bag and fastened the deerskin straps, by which it hung from his shoulders like a rucksack.Northwest! | Harold Bindloss
We thought of—I thought of having lunch in the hotel, but, of course, you can have my rucksack to carry yours in.Once a Week | Alan Alexander Milne
He was busy tying a large rucksack of lunch on to himself, and was in no mood for Samuel's ball-room chatter.Once a Week | Alan Alexander Milne
He carried two English ration bags, besides his own rucksack, and they were all filled to bursting with loot.War and the Weird | Forbes Phillips
There they were, coming down the passage from a side door—she in front with her alpenstock and rucksack—smiling.The Dark Flower | John Galsworthy
British Dictionary definitions for rucksack
a large bag, usually having two straps and a supporting frame, carried on the back and often used by climbers, campers, etc: US and Canadian name: backpack
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