noun (plural gunnies)[mass noun] chiefly North American
1.1 [count noun] (also gunnysack) A sack made of gunny.
- J.R. had just read this article in the San Antonio Express-News in which two University of Texas professors claim that in West Texas we refer to burlap bags as gunnysacks whereas in East Texas they are known as croaker sacks.
- While some cover their heads with plastic bags or gunnysacks, some simply give into the rain and let the hair down.
- Overstuffed gunnysacks are squeezed through windows, and cash hurriedly changes hands as traders rush to unload their goods before the train leaves the station.
Words that rhyme with gunnybunny, dunny, funny, honey, money, runny, sonny, sunny, tunny
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