Words nearby Sacks
How to use Sacks in a sentence
For years, Schmidt lived in poverty, eating beans and mending his clothes with flour sacks.
Victims were put into sacks, speared, and thrown into the Congo River.‘Argo’ in the Congo: The Ghosts of the Stanleyville Hostage Crisis|Nina Strochlic|November 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At one rally in Mississippi, a large group of them showed up, Jackson remembers, with “sacks on their heads.”
Sacks discusses this surreal experience with great humor, but he makes no bones about his misgivings.
On the face of it, Sacks is describing a different person from the thoughtful, often quiet man I met in California.
Bedded in the soft earth underneath lay the slim buckskin sacks.
Fix up a couple of dummy sacks, you know, and get them to camp and packed on the horse without letting them see what's inside.
The gold that had drawn us into the game was there in the same long, buckskin sacks, a load for one horse.
Altogether, we counted some seventy-odd thousand dollars, exclusive of the gold-dust in the sacks.
Bending under sacks or toiling behind barrows, they soon get hot, and the sweat comes out in beads.Child Life In Town And Country|Anatole France