sacker

1
[sak-er]

Origin of sacker

1
First recorded in 1900–05; sack1 + -er1

sacker

2
[sak-er]
noun
  1. a person who sacks; plunderer; pillager.

Origin of sacker

2
First recorded in 1580–90; sack2 + -er1
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Examples from the Web for sacker

Historical Examples of sacker

  • The corn-sheller is a three horse-power, with fan and sacker attached.

  • And as the trained soldier wheeled about and spurred away, the sacker of Rome turned a dark scowling face on Tignonville.

    Count Hannibal

    Stanley J. Weyman

  • For the Sacker of Cities fell in battle within a few weeks after their reunion.

    Superwomen

    Albert Payson Terhune