Definition of Reaked

1. reak [v] - See also: reak



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reaked

reaggregation
reaggregations
reagin
reaginic
reaginic antibody
reagins
reagree
reagreed
reagreeing
reair
reaired
reairing
reairs
reais
reak
reaked (current term)
reaking
reaks
real
real(a)
real-estate
real-estate business
real-life
real-time
real-time operation
real-time processing
real-time strategy
real-time ultrasonography
real-valued
real-valued functions

Literary usage of Reaked

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1. Catalogue of the Bones of Mammalia in the Collection of the British Museum by Edward Gerrard (1862)
"Skull. From Mr. Argent's Collection. The COMPRESSED-reaked DOLPHIN. ... Presented by the Lords of the Admiralty. The SHARP-reaked DOLPHIN. ..."

2. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1886)
"... 1 contentedly along the mountain-side, gating often under cool over-arching rocks or be- ; the snow-fed brooks, the banks of which are fj|reaked with ..."

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