How Do You Spell PACK?

Correct spelling for the English word "pack" is [p_ˈa_k], [pˈak], [pˈak]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of PACK

  1. A large bundle tied up for carrying, especially on the back; load; burden; a great number or quantity of things of the same kind; as, a pack of cards, or of wolves; gang; as, a pack of thieves; a number of floating cakes of ice driven close together.

Common Misspellings for PACK

Below is the list of 336 misspellings for the word "pack".

Usage Examples for PACK

  1. Each had a different task; she had thrown, or tried to throw, his pack from his shoulders. - "The Untilled Field" by George Moore
  2. That was wise to let your knife lie safe within your pack. - "Then I'll Come Back to You" by Larry Evans
  3. You should pack for a three- week stay, though we'll provide you with pretty much everything you'll need here." - "Syndrome" by Thomas Hoover
  4. We were all set to pack out in the morning when it happened. - "Inside John Barth" by William W. Stuart
  5. Each opened a pack of cards. - "Best Russian Short Stories" by Various