adjective sack·less \ˈsaklə̇s\

Definition of sackless

  1. 1 obsolete :  free from accusation :  unmolested

  2. 2 archaic :  innocent

  3. 3 chiefly Scottish a :  weak, dispirited b :  harmless

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Origin and Etymology of sackless

Middle English sakles, from Old English saclēas, from sacu fault, conflict, action at law + -lēas -less — more at sake

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to cast off or become cast off

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