Knap"sack`(?), n. [D. knapzak; knappen to eat + zak a bag. See Knap, v. t., and Sack.] A case of canvas, leather, nylon, or other sturdy fabric, fitted with straps, for carrying on the back the food, clothing, or other supplies for a soldier or a traveler; as, to hike up the mountain with lunch in a knapsack.
[1913 Webster +PJC]
And each one fills his knapsack or his scripDrayton.
With some rare thing that on the field is found.
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