House Speaker John Boehner sent his party home with a packet to hammer home the jobs message districts.
We were each given a packet containing 117 photos of people, along with their first and last names.
His father was executed in 1942 by a German gendarme after attempting to smuggle a packet of saccharine into the Ghetto.
Everyone brought nice neat little lunches, packet perfectly in expensive lunch boxes.
Fold the bottom tip of dough up and press to seal into a packet.
For answer Thad drew forth the packet, and held it out to the officer.
She thrust the packet into a side pocket and started to the garage with the coat.
He had inclosed the packet in a clean wrapper, but now, a thought striking him, he took it out again.
You see me in the plight in which I came out of the packet within this half-hour.
In a few days the packet received her cargo, consisting chiefly of tobacco and molasses.
mid-15c., from Middle English pak "bundle" (see pack (n.)) + diminutive suffix -et; perhaps modeled on Anglo-French pacquet (Middle French pacquet), which ultimately is a diminutive of Middle Dutch pak. A packet boat (1640s) originally was one that carried mails. Packet-switching attested from 1971.