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


"Anyhow, we've got here ahead of the logging crowd and I'm mighty glad," said the first packer.

For the Allinson HonorHarold Bindloss

But just as Packer went out into the passage for the sake of giving the order he met Mr. Gilmore, and ushered him into the room.

The Vicar of BullhamptonAnthony Trollope

"I do hope she won't stay up there in the cold," said Mrs. Packer in an outburst of anxiety.

The Life of NancySarah Orne Jewett

Take a rifle and the Indian packer, and try to get down the east side of the range by the neck below the buttress.

Northwest!Harold Bindloss

"Oh—ah—Packer," called the star, as the actors moved toward the doors.

Harlequin and ColumbineBooth Tarkington

She did not fail, therefore, to notice that three persons were catered for by the packer of the basket.

This is being done by a man, who used to earn his living as a packer, and suffered an amputation of his right leg.

Golden LadsArthur Gleason and Helen Hayes Gleason

In 1875 he engaged with General Cook as a packer and spent three years in that connection.

He at length found a wholesale notion store where a packer was wanted.

To Him That HathLeroy Scott

My horses were fast steppers; and in an hour and sixteen minutes, we reached my aunt Packer's.