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  • noun Plural form of daypack.

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Examples

  • Stone and Goldstein love the outdoors; they live within walking distance of the C&O Canal towpath and own matching Sierra Club daypacks.

    Art with a bittersweet twist: Couple turn a pesky vine into sculptures

  • We were dressed lightly and our daypacks were still geared for late summer, so we were only carrying light, hooded rain slickers, although at that time of year we should have known better.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • We were dressed lightly and our daypacks were still geared for late summer, so we were only carrying light, hooded rain slickers, although at that time of year we should have known better.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • We were dressed lightly and our daypacks were still geared for late summer, so we were only carrying light, hooded rain slickers, although at that time of year we should have known better.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • We were dressed lightly and our daypacks were still geared for late summer, so we were only carrying light, hooded rain slickers, although at that time of year we should have known better.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • After Len pulled over, the two Misfits grabbed daypacks for the threemile hike and started up the trail, cinching shoulder straps as they went.

    GUARDIAN OF THE VEIL

  • Notable among the hydration-compatible daypacks from Cabela's is the new Hybrid Hunter 2-in-1 ($120; 800-237-4444; cabelas. com), with a 68-ounce water bladder.

    Hydration Systems (such as Camelbacks) Let You Drink Water While Hunting Without Scaring Game

  • Just take their daypacks and stride out through the hedgerows, and meadows and animals and things.

    The Life of the World to Come

  • We watch Animaniacs while we roll a few joints and fill our daypacks with bottles of Evian water, sunscreen, spare rolls of toilet paper (in case some kid throws all the asswipe in the toilets), Tylenol (for heat headaches), and extra packs of cigarettes.

    A King of Infinite Space

  • We climbed as high as 14,700 feet, but Sixto, our fretting bus driver with a wry sense of humor, schlepped all our stuff - leaving us unburdened, carrying only the light loads of our daypacks, cameras and water bottles.

    chicagotribune.com - News

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