Sack [verb]

Definition of Sack:

remove from position of responsibility

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Sentence/Example of Sack:

It is needless to say that Sack is the wine preferred by him.

Andrew was barely in time to save the contents of the sack from her teeth.

He placed the sack absently in his pocket, still meditating other things.

Then am I to be thrown down, like a sack, when it pleases them to run?

If ever you lose it I'll never own you for a friend, and I'll get you the sack from any place you're working in.

Many a holder of a second mortgage has been left to hold the sack.

I should get the sack if I were to let this sort of thing go into the paper.

The Grizzly was surprised; but he replied with a left-hander that knocked her over like a sack of hay.

Then Robin Hood gave the sack of silver back to the Sheriff.

Then, turning, he left the other standing bewildered, with the sack in his hands.