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


With packs up they marched uphill wherever the Turk might see them.

It packs up into a roll of canvas and a bundle of five or six sticks.

Anyway, what would be the use of looking at the list; it will be time when he packs up to go home.

Massingbred bids them do their worst, packs up, sets out for the town, and makes a speech exposing them all!

His order done, Dutton straightway lays down his commission; packs up, that night, and returns to England.

Then when it comes time to get out, she will sing while you and I are getting our packs up the cliff.

He sells his farm, packs up his goods and cash in his waggon, and starts for regions more congenially wild.

She packs up her jewels, and he takes her to a wood, where she sees eleven maids hanging.

She packs up her chlorosis and disappears with Erna, mumbling something about like father, like son, and goodness knows what.

Therefore, in general, an ordinary knapsack will answer very well for packs up to say thirty pounds.