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Pack on   /pæk ɑn/   Listen
Pack on

verb
1.
Gain (weight).






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"Pack on" Quotes from Famous Books



... way to Ashland. They were all laughing and were so happy that I really began to wish I was one of the number, but they went their way and I kept wanting to go somewhere. I got reckless and determined to do something real bad. So I went down to the barn and saddled Robin Adair, placed a pack on "Jeems McGregor," then Jerrine and I left for ...
— Letters of a Woman Homesteader • Elinore Pruitt Stewart

... to Chamonix and got lodging in a small hotel on the skirts of the town. His spirits fell when he entered the room. He put his pedlar's pack on the floor and sat down on the narrow bed, suddenly conscious of an enormous fatigue. His feet burned, his legs ached, his back was raw where the heavy pack had rested. He thought: "What am I doing here? I have nothing but the ...
— O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921 • Various



Words linked to "Pack on" :   gain, put on



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