Definition of Awrack

1. in a state of wreck [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Awrack

awning deck
awning window
awninged
awnings
awnless
awns
awntient
awny
awoke
awoken
awols
awork
aworking
awqaf
awrack (current term)
awrath
awrathed
awreak
awright
awrong
awroth
awry
awry(p)
awsome
awsomest
aww
aww yeah
ax
ax handle

Literary usage of Awrack

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1. American War Ballads and Lyrics: A Collection of the Songs and Ballads of by George Carry Eggleton (1889)
"Then like a kraken, huge and black She crushed our ribs in her iron grasp ! Down went the Cumberland all awrack, ..."

2. American War Ballads and Lyrics: A Collection of the Songs and Ballads of by George Cary Eggleston (1889)
"Then like a kraken, huge and black She crushed our ribs in her iron grasp ! Down went the Cumberland all awrack, ..."

3. American Journal of Education (1878)
"... bids former grievance cease, Like tears dried up with rugged huckaback, That sets the mournful visage all awrack ; Yet soon the childish countenance ..."

4. Essentials of Public Speaking by Robert Irving Fulton, Thomas Clarkson Trueblood (1910)
"Oh, skies, be calm ! oh, winds, blow free! Blow all my ships safe home to me ! But if thou sendest some awrack, To never more come sailing back, ..."

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