What is another word for sac?

Pronunciation: [sˈak] (IPA)

The word "sac" refers to a pouch or bag-like structure in different contexts. Synonyms for this word include pouch, bag, sacculus, vesicle, cyst, bladder, container, receptacle, and pocket. Some of these synonyms are specific to certain applications. For example, a vesicle is a small fluid-filled sac in biological contexts, while a cyst is a sac-like structure filled with pathological fluid. In botanical contexts, a sacculus refers to a small sac-like structure containing reproductive organs. On the other hand, both pocket and pouch can be used in general terms to describe any small bag-like structure that can hold or contain something.

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Usage examples for Sac

Step by step he had moved on the narrowing path that ended in a cul de sac.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
The simple creature which is only a sac is the nearest to the creative power; and since also man's filial relation to the Creator is that most insisted on, the more familiar and confiding attitude is the right one.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
Have you seen M. Marsac?
"That Boy Of Norcott's"
Charles James Lever

Famous quotes with Sac

  • I think we all realized that we had really been replicating things that had already been happening. I don't know if we were smart enough to realize that we were in a cul-de-sac, but we were curious.
    David Baker
  • But some things are the same. My mother still owns the house I grew up in, on what would now be called a cul de sac, but which the sign on the corner called a dead end street.
    Mink Stole
  • A committee is a cul-de-sac down which ideas are lured and then quietly strangled.
    Sir Barnett Cocks
  • Maybe there are a group of gay banditos... who, every night climb into a van and go from village to dell, from community to community. They wander, and as the sun is coming down, just setting over a suburban village, the gays drive in. And there in a cul-de-sac, there in the light of a house, you can see a young American family, sitting down for their evening meal. And those gays... put on their masks and their festive colored robes, and sneak slowly into the house... and begin to FUCK EACH OTHER IN THE ASS! AND ANOTHER AMERICAN FAMILY IS DESTROYED!
    Lewis Black
  • The intricate and different life cycles of both male and female root-heads, and the great behavioral sophistication shown by the female in reconfiguring a host crab as a support system, all underscore the myopia of our conventional wisdom in regarding rhizocephalans as degenerate parasites because the adult anatomy of internal roots and external sac seem so simple.
    Stephen Jay Gould

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