Definition of Sackages

1. Noun. (plural of sackage) ¹



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Definition of Sackages

1. sackage [n] - See also: sackage

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sackages

sachet
sacheted
sachets
saciety
sack-whey
sack-winged
sack coat
sack man
sack out
sack race
sack races
sack up
sackable
sackage
sackages (current term)
sackbut
sackbuts
sackcloth
sackcloth and ashes
sackclothed
sackcloths
sacked
sacked out
sacker
sackers
sacket
sackful

Literary usage of Sackages

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Analyst: A Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, Natural History by William Holl, Neville Wood, Edward Mammatt (1835)
"... Palmyra, and Tadmor; and in the repeated desolations of Italy, the sackages and conflagrations of Rome, by successive hordes of barbarians. ..."

2. The End of Religious Controversy: In a Friendly Correspondence Between a by John Milner (1844)
"... in Switzerland, France, and Scotland, besides producing popular insurrections, sackages, demolitions, sacrileges, and persecution beyond description, ..."

3. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1851)
"... that fear not the compt they have to make, for the bloud of innocents, for sackages, spoyle, rapine, destructions, ..."

4. The History of Italy by Francesco Guicciardini (1763)
"... The whole City was put to the Sack, but afforded no great Booty, being the poor Remains of Two preceding sackages. ..."

5. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: The Text Carefully by Adam Clarke (1837)
"These two sackages of that city have no parallel in АЯ the history of mankind. Verse 10. The fathers shall eat the sons] Though we have not this fact so ..."

6. Cardinal Allen's Defence of Sir William Stanley's Surrender of Deventer by William Allen, Thomas Heywood, Roger Ashton (1851)
"... that fear not the compt they have to make, for the bloud of innocents, for sackages, spoyle, rapine, destructions, ..."

7. Cardinal Allen's Defence of Sir William Stanley's Surrender of Deventer by William Allen, Thomas Heywood, Roger Ashton (1851)
"... that fear not the compt they have to make, for the bloud of innocents, for sackages, spoyle, rapine, destructions, ..."

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