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noun as in sack carried on the back

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Self-adhesive laminating sheets don’t require additional equipment and are perfect for small jobs like ensuring school schedules, awards, and crafts can hold up after being stuffed into a backpack with sticky fingers.

In these scenarios, we use our backpacks to carry skis and keep our hands free.

When JHMR shut down in March of 2020, Kingwill strapped his snowboard to his backpack and hiked up Teton Pass’s infamous 1,300-foot Glory Boot Pack—every day for 77 days until all the snow had melted.

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Now it was 110 degrees, and under his backpack, his “large mammalian self,” as Peter called his body, was more than just overheating.

In his backpack, which police say he dropped before fleeing, they recovered three hammers in plastic wrapping.

But he loses his backpack in the process and it stays with the cops as he flees down the walkway toward Brooklyn.

The police inspected the backpack and found two brand new hammers.

Put this 65-pound backpack on and run up the hill nine or ten times.'

Her backpack is even stolen by somebody riding along on a motorcycle.

They had a little table between them with the contents of my wallet and backpack spread out on it.

Laughing, he picked up his backpack, turned on his heel and hurried away.

"Handsome glassware," Auguste said, seating himself and carefully setting his backpack between his feet.

Opening his backpack, he took out his leather medicine bag and drew out the stones one by one, rubbing his fingers over each.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to backpack, such as: knapsack, haversack, pack, and rucksack.

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