Definition of Raxes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of rax) ¹



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Definition of Raxes

1. rax [v] - See also: rax

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raxes

rawinsondes
rawish
rawk
rawl plug
rawl plugs
rawly
rawn
rawness
rawnesses
rawns
rawranoke
raws
rax
raxed
raxes (current term)
raxibacumab
raxing
raxle
ray
ray-gun
ray casting
ray floret
ray flower
ray gun
ray of light
ray therapeutics

Literary usage of Raxes

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1. Barbizon Days: Millet, Corot, Rousseau, Barye by Charles Sprague Smith (1902)
"... the theme announced in the official programme; "Zenobia dead in the waves of A raxes, picked up by fishermen." But his artistic common sense revolted. ..."

2. Family Romance: Or, Episodes in the Domestic Annals of the Aristocracy by Bernard Burke (1853)
"The words that he was in the habit of using were speats and raxes; which, being interpreted into modern English, mean spits and ranges; the latter being the ..."

3. Tales of a Grandfather: Being the History of Scotland : from the Earliest by Walter Scott, Edwin Ginn (1897)
"... and raxes; that is, spits and ranges; meaning by this hint that there should be a great quantity of food prepared, and that the spits and ranges, ..."

4. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1869)
"... speats and raxes."—Lord Somerville's billet. NEVER wont to let the grass grow under his feet, Henry of Navarre was impatient of awaiting his troops at ..."

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