Common misspellings for sac:
sbc, sanck, phsic, besic, succh, sccer, ceack, sucth, syico, socke, nac, sam, scace, selec, senaca, sceak, suchg, sal, assoc, sucah, sacum, sarce, sauge, sagfe, researc, seanic, sscan, soctia, sayz, siuch, sas, sarga, sacry, seach, sab, zacky, sae, schoo, searc, syco, nsca, kacie, sauch, 6yrsago, secor, smah, sav, lasck, somcuh, eac, knac, surfac, jac, suagr, sicka, sicky, hac, sc, suace, sacard, sfae, sodiac, safy, jusic, saice, soc, searcg, lusac, sahrk, sback, phsyc, facig, fac, socor, nusic, sach, bacic, sakai, sqawk, pac, uacu, ymac, soeak, 474sq, sfc, satic, sacn, sourc, suach, bac, sdai, squae, samje, wac, aaec, sacu, suick, scuce, isaec, saci, saf, csae, sah, seace, pysic, rac, phsyco, ascue, psyc, sikck, sayce, vac, sak, san, sqauk, pazcoe, shc, squar, macig, eahc, issac, soace, starc, asc, saika, tac, sacle, tsak, searhc, stc, sar, su8ch, sicth, lasic, snyc, soroc, 30sec, seack, suuch, sackd, sugae, sigar, secur, sa3, serco, soake, cechk, sql2000, sucke, saev, socai, sagga, svae, vaca, sahr, scair, seanc, sayig, staic, sca, stac, sa, bisic, sucor, suacy, faec, cac, sicko, sache, svc, sace, tacic, sucur, schow, sakur, spc, stcw, secue, spac, simic, safw, fisaco, sai, lac, saa, syracue, suhc, skaky, uac, pyscic, sparc, src, searcj, sguar, suuck, isac, skech, saqme, smae, 2pac, sycn, casca, sawgy, syc, sycic, seeck, sacue, zac, simco, seacne, jisaw, saef, issaic, sccu, guac, satico, squah, suchj, seact, suc, spaec, sslc, sarch, isacc, 120sec, 0a0c, asck, saggy, csah, desac, qeac, fosuc, hoosac, jacq, sau, pssc, saic, sao2, sao, sacve, sa'wi, sayu, sayy, socio, sycth, seac, sec'y, soccr, soucr, succ, szc, ssc, swc, sqc, asac, zsac, szac, xsac, sxac, dsac, sdac, esac, wsac, swac, sazc, ssac, sasc, sawc, sqac, saqc, saxc, sacx, savc, sacv, safc, sacf, sadc, sacd, sacc, 3ac, sic, s ac, sa c.
Definition of sac:
- a member of the Algonquian people formerly living in Wisconsin in the Fox River valley and on the shores of Green Bay
- an enclosed space; " the trapped miners found a pocket of air"
- See Sacs.
- The privilege formerly enjoyed by the lord of a manor, of holding courts, trying causes, and imposing fines.
- See 2d Sack.
- A cavity, bag, or receptacle, usually containing fluid, and either closed, or opening into another cavity to the exterior; a sack.
- A baglike part of a plant or animal.
- Envelope or pouch.
- ( nat. hist.) A sac or bag for a liquid.
- Small bag or receptable in animals or vegetables.
- Biol. A membranous pouch; a cavity; receptacle.
- A cyst; a receptacle for liquid.
- In Eng. law, the ancient privilege enjoyed by the lord of a manor of holding courts.
- A bag or membranous receptacle.
- A sack, bag, or pouch.
- [ Latin] A sack, bag, or pouch.
Usage examples for sac
Still more recently a skeleton was found in Virginia, which contained a very interesting proof of the food of the animal: a mass of twigs, grass, and leaves, in a half- bruised state, enclosed in a sort of sac, lay within the cavity of the body, doubtless the contents of the stomach. The Romance of Natural History, Second Series by Philip Henry Gosse