: a player who sacks the quarterback (see sack entry 2 sense 3)
Richard Dent, Chicago's sacker, lines up at right defensive end.—Paul Zimmerman
: a player positioned at a specified base
The local citizenry is very excited about the acquisition of first sacker [=first baseman] Jack Clark from the Yankees …—Steve Wulf … can rely on the league's most effective double-play combination, second sacker Jose Lind and shortstop Greg Gagne …—Paul Ladewski
: one who bags items (as at a grocery store)
… with a smile and a hustle … he has managed to become probably the most revered grocery sacker around.—Bob Secter
: one who sacks a town, city, etc.
… as arrogant and coldhearted a sacker of cities as history or mythology provides …—Curt Suplee … His Majesty Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon, the sacker of Jerusalem, the scourge of the Jews, the villain of the Book of Kings and Psalms …—David Plotz
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