Examples of rucksack in a Sentence
hikers carrying their food and water in rucksacks
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Cologne’s main Christmas market no longer allows revelers to bring rucksacks or suitcases.
Getting there was a big part of the experience: 90 minutes on a camel; rucksacks with overnight necessities strapped to the saddle, cameras flopping from straps around our necks.
Across the board, labels are crafting backpacks built for the C-suite: supple suede rucksacks from Brunello Cucinelli
The newly popular rucksacks are similar to those once supplied by the CIA to a number of Syrian rebel factions.
For instance, people who have served may have suffered back injuries after carrying heavy rucksacks that require them to take opiates to handle the pain.
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.
To the pound, men and women lug the same rucksacks, throw the same grenades and shoulder the same machine guns.
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Origin and Etymology of rucksack
First Known Use: 1853See Words from the same year
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