Sack may also refer to:
- Quarterback sack, a tackle of the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage in American and Canadian football
- Sack (band), an Irish band
- Sack (comics), a Marvel Comics villain
- Sack (wine), a type of white fortified wine
- Money sack
- Stuff sack
- A particularly sweet form of mead (wine)
- Slang for scrotum
- Bed or sleeping bag, as in the phrase 'hitting the sack' (going to bed)
- Selective acknowledgement (SACK), in computer networking
- An obsolete Middle Age measurement of weight in England equivalent to 26 stone (364 lb); more recently it was used as a unit of dry measure, equivalent to three bushels
Sack, as a verb, may refer to:
- To dismiss/fire/terminate an employee from a job
- To loot, usually in the context of war
- All pages beginning with "sack of", various places throughout history have been sacked
- Sack of Rome (disambiguation)
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Other articles related to "sack":
... Kip "Half-Sack" Epps (Johnny Lewis) was a prospective member of the club ... His nickname ("Half-Sack") stems from his loss of a testicle ... Half-Sack was also sometimes referred to as Prospect ...
... Cherry (after her beloved dead dog), posing as a "hangaround." She takes an interest in Half-Sack when SAMCRO comes to visit but sleeps with Clay, who wants to punish Half-Sack for voicing his ... Cherry later comes to Charming looking for Half-Sack and begins dating him after gaining permission from Gemma and clearing up what happened between her and Clay at the Devil's ... breaks her out and helps her escape California after she makes love one last time to Half-Sack ...
... Sack-O-Grande Acroport (FAA LID 9X9), also known as the Harbican Airport (formerly 9XS9) is an airport in unincorporated Harris County, Texas, United States ... The owner is Sack-O-Grande Incorporated, which is based in Hedwig Village, Texas ...
... William Shakespeare's character Sir John Falstaff, introduced in 1597, was fond of sack, and sometimes refers specifically to Sherris sack ... Robert Herrick wrote two comic poems in praise of sack, "His Farewell to Sack" and "The Welcome to Sack." The early Poets Laureate of England and the U.K ... received their salary, in part or in whole, in sack ...
... Brian Sack, American actor and humorist Erna Sack, German opera singer (soprano) John Sack, American journalist Karl Sack, German jurist and member of the anti-Naz ... Sack, American judge Robert L ... Sack, American physician Steve Sack, American editorial cartoonist ...
Famous quotes containing the word sack:
“Say the woman is forty-four.
Say she is five seven-and-a-half.
Say her hair is stick color.
Say her eyes are chameleon.
Would you put her in a sack and bury her,
suck her down into the dumb dirt?”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Lincoln, six feet one in his stocking feet,
The lank man, knotty and tough as a hickory rail,
Whose hands were always too big for white-kid gloves,
Whose wit was a coonskin sack of dry, tall tales,
Whose weathered face was homely as a plowed field.”
—Stephen Vincent Benét (18981943)
“You cant divide a business like a sack of apples.”
—Edward L. Bernds (b. 1911)