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- v. To send away, with belongings, for a long time.
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Now I've got to pack off after that fool negro, pressed as I am with business, just at this time; for he'll never find the way to Waddel's while the world stands -- "
The huntsman toots forth the signal of “dead! dead!” which is used to call the pack off the quarry, and the new-fledged “weide-man” is permitted to struggle off the table and onto the ground.