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sacking

noun sack·ing \ˈsa-kiŋ\

Definition of SACKING

:  material for sacks; especially :  a coarse fabric (as burlap)

First Known Use of SACKING

1707
SACKING Defined for Kids

sacking

noun sack·ing \ˈsa-kiŋ\

Definition of SACKING for Kids

:  a strong rough cloth (as burlap) from which sacks are made

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