a type of knapsack carried by hikers, bicyclists, etc.
a large bag, usually having two straps and a supporting frame, carried on the back and often used by climbers, campers, etc US and Canadian name backpack
noun 1. a noisy commotion; fracas; rumpus: The losers are sure to raise a ruckus. 2. a heated controversy: Newspapers fostered the ruckus by printing the opponents’ letters. noun (pl) -uses 1. (informal) an uproar; ruction ruckus
noun 1. a disturbance, quarrel, or row. noun (informal) 1. an uproar; noisy or quarrelsome disturbance 2. (pl) a violent and unpleasant row; trouble: there’ll be ructions when she finds out
adjective 1. (of conglomerate, breccia, and similar rocks) composed of coarse-grained material Compare arenaceous (sense 1), argillaceous adjective pertaining to coarse-grained (grain size 2mm or more) sedimentary rock Usage Note science
noun 1. a city in S Poland, NW of Katowice.