Sack Noun Synonyms
dismiss, discharge, fire, let go, lay off, make or declare redundant, give (someone) the axe or the (old) heave-ho, give (someone) his or her marching orders, give (someone) the sack, bounce, give (someone) the boot or the c
Now that he's been sacked, Norman will be able to spend more time with the children.
pouch, bag, poke, sac
She bought a 10-pound sack of potatoes.
Business / Construction / Sack Mix: The amount of Portland cement in a cubic yard of concrete mix. Generally, 5 or 6 sack is required in a foundation wall. MORE
Entertainment / Literature / Lament: A formulaic expression of grief or sorrow for the loss of a person, position, or culture. It is typically non-narrative. Examples include The Lamentations of Jeremiah, David's Lament for Saul and Jona MORE
Life Style / Christmas / Santa Claus: A large, plump man dressed in a big red suit, big black belt and carrying a sack full of gifts which he distributes to children all around the world on Christmas Eve. Santa Claus is also called Santa MORE