a race in which each contestant jumps ahead while his or her legs are confined in a sack.
a race in which the competitors’ legs and often bodies are enclosed in sacks
noun 1. a large bag of strong, coarsely woven material, as for grain, potatoes, or coal. 2. the amount a sack holds. 3. a bag: a sack of candy. 4. Slang. dismissal or discharge, as from a job: to get the sack. 5. Slang. bed: I bet he’s still in the sack. 6. Also, sacque. […]
noun 1. a man’s suit that has a loose-fitting jacket.
noun 1. Thomas, 1st Earl of Dorset, 1536–1608, English statesman and poet. noun 1. Thomas, 1st Earl of Dorset. 1536–1608, English poet, dramatist, and statesman. He collaborated with Thomas Norton on the early blank-verse tragedy Gorboduc (1561)
[sak-vil-west] /ˈsæk vɪlˈwɛst/ noun 1. Dame Victoria Mary (“Vita”) 1892–1962, English poet and novelist (wife of Harold Nicolson). Sackville-West /ˌsækvɪl ˈwɛst/ noun 1. Victoria (Mary), known as Vita. 1892–1962, British writer and gardener, whose works include the novel The Edwardians (1930) and the poem The Land (1931). She is also noted for the gardens at […]