[ US /ˈmæk/ ]
[ UK /mˈæk/ ]
  1. a waterproof raincoat made of rubberized fabric
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How To Use mack In A Sentence

  • Every time I can scrape a few quid together, I smack 'em straight into the premium bonds.
  • Have you then seen the same old coffin dodger like ten years later and been utterly gobsmacked to see them still alive and kicking?
  • When the evictors arrived at one home they found only a bedridden woman, Margaret Mackay, who was almost 100 years old.
  • Mack and I dove on the ground and began to crawl forward.
  • This has been done on numerous occasions in the past by the Senate with regard to appointments by governors, and does NOT involve judging "qualifications" (age, citizenship, and inhabitancy) which was limited in Powell v. McCormack. Blago Does All Us A Favor
  • Infused then with the enlightenment only a brutal smackdown from a celestial being can provide, Jacob sets out to make peace with his brother, no matter the cost.
  • Cmdre Eric Lehre (ret'd) versus MGen Lewis MacKenzie (ret'd) on the subject of Canadians and NATO in Afghanistan. Welcome to 'maybe'
  • I do not remember too much about Earl except that he must not have been too bright because he was wearing a black-and-white mackinaw - a heavy coat - in the summer.
  • Oily fish such as herring, kippers, mackerel, pilchards, salmon, sardines and trout, contain oils that can lessen the risk of thrombosis.
  • With higher ocean temperature we often find more mackerel, bass and mullet willing to feed.
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