Definition of Rake handle

1. Noun. The handle of a rake.

Generic synonyms: Grip, Handgrip, Handle, Hold
Group relationships: Rake



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rake Handle

rajahship
rajahships
rajanigandha
rajanigandhas
rajanya
rajas
rajaship
rajaships
rajes
rajite
rak'a
rake-off
rake-offs
rake handle (current term)
rake in
rake it in
rake off
rake out
rake over
rake over old coals
rake over the coals
rake together
rake up
rakeable
raked
rakee
rakees
rakehell

Literary usage of Rake handle

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1. Scenes in the South: And Other Miscellaneous Pieces by James R. Creecy (1860)
"... THE BEE: OR THE RAKE-HANDLE CONQUEST! Two Dutchmen once were mowing grass While the last sad war was raging; They both were fond of a cheerful glass, ..."

2. Scenes in the South: And Other Miscellaneous Pieces by James R. Creecy (1860)
"... THE BEE: OR THE RAKE-HANDLE CONQUEST! Two Dutchmen once were mowing grass While the last sad war was raging; They both were fond of a cheerful glass, ..."

3. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1868)
"Filth, the combination, substantially as described, of the inclined rake handle with the trunnion« or pivot« revolving ou the reel »haft, and arranged ..."

4. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1903)
"Two rakes e operate, one in the concentrates trough, the other in the tailings trough. Each rake handle / is attached to a crank- pin g having a radius of 3 ..."

5. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1906)
"Each rake handle / is attached to a crank- pin g having a radius of 3 feet, and as the crank-pin is returning on the under part of its path, the rake handle ..."

6. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1906)
"Each rake handle f is attached to a crank- pin g having a radius of 3 feet, and as the crank-pin is returning on the under part of its path, the rake handle ..."

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