Definition of sacking
: material for sacks; especially : a coarse fabric (such as burlap)
Recent Examples of sacking from the Web
In contrast to the departures of Ailes, Shine and O'Reilly, Horowitz's sacking came before any public pressure or accusations.
But even in this her lack of authority prevented her from major moves or sackings.
Trump’s sacking of Comey has become a stomping ground for partisan conflict.
According to early reports, the Trump administration has been similarly surprised by the outrage over Comey's sacking.
The sacking of the Mosul museum was just a single act in nearly three years of systematic destruction of Iraq’s cultural heritage at the hands of Islamic State.
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First Known Use of sacking
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Definition of sacking for Students
: a strong rough cloth (as burlap) from which sacks are made
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