Knapsack ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Knapsack ( noun )

A bag with shoulder straps, carried on the back, and used for carrying goods while hiking or camping.

Origin:

From middle low german knappesack or middle dutch knapzak, from knappen (to bite) + zak (bag).

Examples:

  1. He packed his knapsack with food, water, and a change of clothes.
  2. I can"t believe how much weight she"s able to carry in her knapsack.
  3. She brought her knapsack on the hike, but she didn't use it.
  4. He wore his knapsack on his back, with the straps tight around his shoulders.
  5. I was so tired of carrying my knapsack by the end of the hike.

(As a verb)

Knapsack ( verb )

A bag with shoulder straps, carried on the back, and used for carrying goods while hiking or camping.

Origin:

From middle low german knappesack or middle dutch knapzak, from knappen (to bite) + zak (bag).

Examples:

  1. He packed his knapsack with food, water, and a change of clothes.
  2. I can"t believe how much weight she"s able to carry in her knapsack.
  3. She brought her knapsack on the hike, but she didn't use it.
  4. He wore his knapsack on his back, with the straps tight around his shoulders.
  5. I was so tired of carrying my knapsack by the end of the hike.
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