Definition of Sacklike

1. Adjective. Resembling a sack or some aspect of one. ¹



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Definition of Sacklike

1. resembling a sack [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sacklike

sackcloth
sackcloth and ashes
sackclothed
sackcloths
sacked
sacked out
sacker
sackers
sacket
sackful
sackfuls
sacking
sackings
sackless
sacklike (current term)
sackload
sackloads
sacks
sacksful
sackt
sackung
sackwise
sacless
saclike
sacque
sacques
sacr-
sacra
sacrad

Literary usage of Sacklike

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1. A Botanical Materia Medica by Jonathan Stokes (1812)
"sacklike prominences penicillate, extending beyond the base of the sinuses and two thirds as long as the limb. Obs. 6387. Specimen gathered in Saville's ..."

2. Giotto and Some of His Followers by Osvald Sirén (1917)
"There are several onlookers besides Anna and Joseph: two kneeling women and two bearded men, whose vast, sacklike shapes bear witness to an effort not ..."

3. The History of Mankind by Friedrich Ratzel (1898)
"The men's clothing of unsewn skins and rough buffalo-hide sandals, the women's sacklike garments of wool, the low houses of rough stone, sunk on three sides ..."

4. A Commentary on the New Testament by Bernhard Weiss, George Henry Schodde, Epiphanius Wilson (1906)
"For if the opulent cities of Tyre and Sidon had received such an incentive to repent, they would long ago have wrapped themselves in the sacklike garments ..."

5. A Botanical Materia Medica by Jonathan Stokes (1812)
"sacklike prominences penicillate, extending beyond the base of the sinuses and two thirds as long as the limb. Obs. 6387. Specimen gathered in Saville's ..."

6. Giotto and Some of His Followers by Osvald Sirén (1917)
"There are several onlookers besides Anna and Joseph: two kneeling women and two bearded men, whose vast, sacklike shapes bear witness to an effort not ..."

7. The History of Mankind by Friedrich Ratzel (1898)
"The men's clothing of unsewn skins and rough buffalo-hide sandals, the women's sacklike garments of wool, the low houses of rough stone, sunk on three sides ..."

8. A Commentary on the New Testament by Bernhard Weiss, George Henry Schodde, Epiphanius Wilson (1906)
"For if the opulent cities of Tyre and Sidon had received such an incentive to repent, they would long ago have wrapped themselves in the sacklike garments ..."

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