Definition of rucksack
Examples of rucksack in a Sentence
hikers carrying their food and water in rucksacks
Recent Examples of rucksack from the Web
Lady Gaga also gave a digital shoutout by donning a red coat, leather rucksack, and weekender bag to rep the capsule.
Tony pulled another shirt from his rucksack and tried to put it on him.
Ticket holders were warned beforehand not to bring bags or rucksacks with them and to anticipate delays entering the stadium, with every audience member searched before being allowed entry.
To the pound, men and women lug the same rucksacks, throw the same grenades and shoulder the same machine guns.
Kayla Padgett rested her rifle against her rucksack and turned to her platoon, assembling them in three neat rows.
This vertical rucksack holds hearing protection, safety glasses, bug spray, sunscreen, a first-aid kit, water, and coffee.
The agency said authorities believe the suspect, a 23-year old who came from ex-Soviet Central Asia and was linked to radical Islamist groups, carried the explosive device onto the train in a rucksack.
The Poet arrives to the set carrying a rucksack of clinking bottles, tequila and whiskey.
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Origin and Etymology of rucksack
German, from German dialect, from Rucken back + Sack sack
First Known Use: 1853See Words from the same year
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