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noun as in kit, package

verb as in make ready for transport

verb as in transport, carry

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For the uninitiated, the road to Hana is that legendary 51 miles from Kahului packed with tight turns, one-lane bridges and enough waterfalls to fill an SD card.

Google is now labeling businesses in co-working spaces with a “coworking office space” label in the local pack within the search results.

Therapists who work with adolescents say that for many of their clients, the quarantine, especially early last spring, felt like a release valve to their pressure-packed lives.

It also locks, which means they won’t have worry about it turning on inside their pack and draining the three AAA batteries inside.

These typically last between 30 minutes to an hour, though you can extend the heating time by adding extra packs or keeping them in coat pockets.

“Change can be exciting,” Cuomo says to Richards as he helps her pack up her office.

While some stray from the fold, most stay with the same pack their entire lives.

And lo, Snowballs—underpants which can hold a flexible gel pack that you store in the freezer—was born.

Plus the notion of the poor little guy surrounded by a rag-tag pack of true believers is an American favorite.

New York City boasts the highest cost for cigarettes in the nation, with a pack ranging anywhere from $12 and up.

The party was made up of six men on horseback, two tame buffaloes, and a pack of immense dogs used to hunting.

There was no fight in his men; they ran like a pack of frightened coyotes at the first crack of a gun.

Dorothy cleared off the table, and went to her own room to pack up her clothes, and prepare for her journey.

Then we mounted and took to the trail again, stripped down to fighting-trim, unhampered by a pack-horse.

The pack-horses, with no riders at their heels to guide them, had tangled each other in the connecting-rope and stopped.


On this page you'll find 276 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pack, such as: backpack, bundle, equipment, luggage, baggage, and bale.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.