Results for rackety

Definition of rackety:
  • part of speech: (adjective)


Usage examples for rackety:
She told herself she would never sleep a wink in this rackety place, and would have sought comfort in the resolution to go home the next morning, if she had not had Ellen to face, and the servants and neighbours to whom she had boasted so much. ” Joanna Godden, - Sheila Kaye-Smith.
“ Suzette for him is " Mam'zell"- and he speaks of her as a mother might about her boy's noisy, tiresome rackety school friends- necessary evils to be put up with for the boy's sake- The fluffies he announces always by their full titles-" Madame la Comtesse"- etc. ” Man and Maid, - Elinor Glyn.

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Savage wildness; inhuman cruelty.

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