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gunny

Chiefly US
1. a coarse hard-wearing fabric usually made from jute and used for sacks, etc.
2. a sack made from this fabric

gunny

[′gən·ē]
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put the old man in a gunnysack, and they tied that gunnysack to the back of a car.
Sugar, coffee, tapioca and rice had to be packed in gunnysacks imported from British India.
Church picnics held on some farmer's land were complete with gunnysack three-legged races, pie-eating contests, dunking for apples in a barrel, and bingo games.
My goodness, everything round is an egg," a young woman said loudly, and took a small pumpkin out of a gunnysack.
It wasn't just the gunnysack of clothes at her feet, which she took with her whenever he gave her a ride anyplace.
Five-year-old Chase Sanders stood waist deep in a gunnysack, his lower lip trembling and his eyes teary with despair.
Go Girl Red is an easy-drinking blend of Merlot, Lemberger and a handful of spicy treats noted for her power to turn a gunnysack into velvet
A body of a woman bearing torture marks was also found in a gunnysack in North Karachi's Rashidabad area.
These frog hunts were conducted with spotlights and a gunnysack to hold our quarry and, unless a deep-water floater was spotted requiring a bow reel and line, unencumbered arrows.
Foot races, bicycle competitions, gunnysack races, shoe scrambles, egg races and much more.
That's exactly what Zhidov, now 36, does in her year-old downtown Palmetto business, Gunnysack and Silk Designs.
Maybe some jigs (artificial bait) and a gunnysack (to hold the fish).