As adjectives the difference between sickless and sackless
is that sickless
is (obsolete) free from sickness while sackless
is (provincial|northern england|poetic|or|archaic) blameless, guiltless, innocent.
(obsolete) Free from sickness.
- Give me long breath, young beds, and sickless ease. — Marston.
* (l) (Scottish)
(provincial, Northern England, poetic, or, archaic) Blameless, guiltless, innocent.
*1838 : Walter Scott, The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: with the author's introductions and notes
*:[...] And where that sackless knight lies slain,
*:The candles will burn bright.
*1900 : Eiríkur Magnússon, William Morris, The Story of Grettir the Strong
*:[...] and how Thorir of Garth would not that Grettir should be made sackless.
Though otherwise dated, the word sackless is still used in translations of the Old Norse / Old Icelandic sagas and related contexts.
*Northumberland Words , Oliver Heslop and Harry Haldane, 1894 .