haversack[ hav-er-sak ]SEE DEFINITION OF haversack
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAVERSACK
The knapsack was heavy, the haversack was heavy, the musket was heavy.
Edward emptied them into the haversack he carried and went on to the next.
Taking the haversack, he left the thicket and went back to the brink of Chickahominy.
Edward returned to the front, gave up his haversack, and got another.
There is some cold meat in my haversack, if you are hungry; but I am too tired to eat.
Each scout had his staff in his hand, and carried a haversack on his back.
He had just as much in his haversack as I had when we cut loose from the main column.
The men had nothing but what they carried in knapsack and haversack.
A haversack was on his back, hanging from lanyards that creased a smart coat.
The infantryman carried a rifle, belt, haversack and canteen.