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Definitions of pack:

part of speech: verb transitive

To press together and fasten up: to place in close order: to select persons for some unjust object.

part of speech: noun


part of speech: verb

To bind together tightly and firmly; to place in close order; to select and put together persons for an unjust object, as to pack a jury; to tie up goods for carriage; to go or send off in a hurry.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To press into a hard mass; as, ice packs together; to stow things for safety or carrying; to admit of being stowed; as, these articles pack well; depart or remove in haste.

part of speech: noun

That which is bound up together: a bundle: a burden: a complete set of cards: a number of hounds hunting, or kept together: a number of persons combined for bad purposes: any great number.

part of speech: noun

A bundle or bale tied up for convenient carriage; a load; a set of playing cards; a body of hounds for hunting; a number of persons confederated, in an ill sense.

part of speech: verb transitive

To stow away, or to press into a bundle, as goods for carrying; to fill closely; as, to pack a trunk; to crowd together; as, to pack people in a room; to press into a hard mass; as, to pack earth; dismiss or discharge.

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