croker sack

noun
cro·ker sack | \ˈkrō-kər- \

Definition of croker sack 

chiefly Southern

: a sack of a coarse material (such as burlap)

First Known Use of croker sack

1895, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for croker sack

alteration of crocus sack, crocus bag, of unknown origin

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