Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A small, lightweight backpack.

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  • noun A small backpack, suitable for a one-day hike or for carrying books around campus.

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Examples

  • Each daypack is randomly given and contains a single weapon, since the objective of the Program is for the students to kill each other until one is left alive, declaring that student the winner and allowing him/her off the island to rejoin society.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Each daypack is randomly given and contains a single weapon, since the objective of the Program is for the students to kill each other until one is left alive, declaring that student the winner and allowing him/her off the island to rejoin society.

    Book Review: "Battle Royale" by Koushun Takami

  • After shopping around for 3 weeks, I found a discontinued LLBEAN daypack which is wide enough for my 15 inch laptop yet doesn't make me look like I am rushing to catch a flight.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • After shopping around for 3 weeks, I found a discontinued LLBEAN daypack which is wide enough for my 15 inch laptop yet doesn't make me look like I am rushing to catch a flight.

    everyone stinks

  • Seems that the old OD green canvas, um … "alternate lifestyle sachel" (to be PC about it) has finally lost its usefulness in today's digital asymetric battlespace. assault bag, which is a "daypack" you stuff with goodies like more magazines, demo, food, batteries, and maybe a poncho liner and poncho for in case you have to "bug out."

    Kit Up

  • Seems that the old OD green canvas, um … "alternate lifestyle sachel" (to be PC about it) has finally lost its usefulness in today's digital asymetric battlespace. assault bag, which is a "daypack" you stuff with goodies like more magazines, demo, food, batteries, and maybe a poncho liner and poncho for in case you have to "bug out."

    Kit Up

  • I'm not a big fan of the zip-off "daypack," either.

    Outside Magazine Gear Reviews

  • If the stone met the standards of some ineffable criteria, she deposited it in her daypack for transport back home.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers

  • If the stone met the standards of some ineffable criteria, she deposited it in her daypack for transport back home.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers

  • Each student is released into "the wild" in two minute intervals with only the clothes on their back and a daypack provided by their new instructor and his military guards.

    Book Review: "Battle Royale" by Koushun Takami

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