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sacque

[sak] /sæk/
noun
1.
sack1 (def 6).
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  • The sacque you made the baby is the prettiest thing I have ever seen, and is perfectly adorable on her!

    Etiquette Emily Post
  • But he was forced to do something, so at last he gave her back the sacque.

    The Dream Emile Zola
  • The child went to lay aside her hat and sacque; the girl, after a glance at Mrs. Bowen's face, lingered inquiringly.

    Indian Summer William D. Howells
  • You have on a hat and sacque, and your school books are in your hand.

    Tessa Wadsworth's Discipline Jennie M. Drinkwater
  • Yes; I put on a velvet waist, and besides, this sacque is well wadded.

    The Marquis of Pealta (Marta y Mara) Armando Palacio Valds
  • Take off your sacque and wrap it around your head and shoulders.'

    The American Baron James De Mille
  • In case you should lay them aside, a sacque of the same material as the dress would be very pretty to conceal the figure.

  • She was clad in a rusty black skirt, a loose morning sacque of blue cotton, and she wore loose bedroom-slippers.

    John Marvel, Assistant Thomas Nelson Page
  • And I'll order a few things here—a hat, for instance, a sacque, and a few dresses and gloves.

  • He flung off his sacque, and cast it down with the heavy whip he carried in one hand.

    Fashion and Famine Ann S. Stephens

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