"pack" Definition

  1. to go away; “now, then, PACK off there,” _i.e._, be off, don’t stop here any longer.—_Old._ “Make speede to flee, be PACKING awaie.”—_Baret’s Alvearie_, 1580. Contraction of “PACK up and be off.” Sometimes the term “sent PACKING” is used to indicate a sudden discharge, as of a servant or mistress.

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Position in the dictionary: 2478 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: packets, pad, pad the hoof, padding, padding-ken, paddle, paddy, paddy’s goose, paddy’s land, padre
Previous words in the dictionary: p. p., o’clock, owned, overs, over!, over, outsider, outing, outcry, out on the pickaroon.

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