Definition of Racketing

1. racket [v] - See also: racket



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Racketing

racket amputation
racket club
racketball
racketed
racketeer
racketeered
racketeering
racketeers
racketer
racketers
racketier
racketiest
racketiness
racketing (current term)
racketry
rackets
rackett
racketts
rackety
rackful
rackfuls
rackie
rackies
racking
racking bend
racking bends
racking off
rackingly

Literary usage of Racketing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Teutonic Mythology by Jacob Grimm, James Steven Stallybrass (1883)
"The unfriendly, racketing and tormenting spirits who take possession of a house, are distinguished from the friendly and good- natured by their commonly ..."

2. Heroes of Everyday Life: A Reader for the Upper Grades by Fanny E. Coe (1911)
"It's a mighty stiff racketing they 're getting. Hear that screw race." It was a racketing those engines were getting, truly, for the Climax was in a jumping ..."

3. Heroes of Everyday Life: A Reader for the Upper Grades by Fanny E. Coe (1911)
"It's a mighty stiff racketing they're getting. Hear that screw race." It was a racketing those engines were getting, truly, for the Climax was in a jumping ..."

4. Heroes of Everyday Life: A Reader for the Upper Grades by Fanny E. Coe (1911)
"It's a mighty stiff racketing they're getting. Hear that screw race." It was a racketing those engines were getting, truly, for the Climax was in a jumping ..."

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