[ UK /sˈækɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈsækɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈsækɪŋ/ ]
- the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
- coarse fabric used for bags or sacks
How To Use sacking In A Sentence
- The earliest-known kenaf production was in 4000 B.C., and the plant has traditionally been used in the making of rope, sacking, twine and matting.
- The latest crisis in West Indies cricket and the unceremonious sacking of the best WI talent is the ultimate insult to West Indians.
- And the idea of the wind chimes, oiled, wrapped and protected in rolls of aromatic hessian sacking, lying up in the dark of the garage loft against some future need, is pleasing enough.
- Did you know that sacking-like scratchy large-weave fabric with vaguely hairy fibres, the stuff they put on display screens and trendy flower arrangements, is called Hessian?
- He was wearing a very smooth line in Italian sacking and all that soot wouldn't be doing it any good at all but he didn't seem to care. The Satan Bug
- The troubled star's sacking from the hit TV show "Two and a Half Men" Monday came after the 45-year-old hurled himself into what Warner Brothers called his "self-inflicted disintegration" over the past two weeks. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
- He believes that by scaring a horse, such as sacking them out incorrectly, snubbing, or tying a scary object to the saddle to where the horse has no means of escape will lead to a nervous or spooky horse.
- Last year the sacking of a union rep at the hospital sparked an unofficial walkout by porters.
- He drew his rifle from its sacking cover.
- The sacking was for unspecified professional misconduct after an independent investigation into allegations that he had an affair with a patient.