hit the sack hit the sack


  • (v) prepare for sleep


  1. They have scarcely hit the sack when, sure enough, intruders arrive, squabbling among themselves with menacing fractiousness.
  2. You should hit the sack.
  3. I get up really early in the morning, so when Kansas went down nine points with 2:12 left to play last night, my instinct was to switch off the tv and hit the sack.


  • Revamped Third Line Shines Again for Bruins Among Memorable Images From Game 3 (Gallery)

    The Bruins let their fans hit the sack early for once Monday night. After requiring overtime(s) in each of the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final, Boston put away the Blackhawks in regulation in Game 3, claiming a 2-0 victory to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. The squads skated to […]
    on June 18, 2013     Source: New England Sports Network

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