He set out with few possessions - just a haversack , a pair of shorts and a couple of jumpers.
She'd packed beef sandwiches for lunch, tomato sandwiches for tea and she put them in a haversack which I carried.
She stuck her head out of the stall to see Arlan in a sweeping black cloak, a haversack over his shoulder, a scowl on his face.
His shoulders ached from hauling the haversack filled with things unnecessary; his right arm felt strained from the weight of that rifle.
Over one shoulder he carried a haversack full of food.
Haver is the Yorkshire dialect word for oats from which the cakes were made and could also be the origin of the word haversack , part of a soldier's equipment used for carrying a ration of oatmeal.
He reached into his haversack , broke off a small bit of the army's version of a cracker, put it in his mouth and began to chew.
Yuen picked up his haversack and slung it between his shoulders, each strap resting on each blade.
Each soldier usually started a movement with three days of food, pre-cooked, in his haversack .
Putting the haversack onto her shoulders, she walked briskly down the street, turning the first corner she saw.