Definition of Rackfuls

1. rackful [n] - See also: rackful



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rackfuls

racketeered
racketeering
racketeers
racketer
racketers
racketier
racketiest
racketiness
racketing
racketry
rackets
rackett
racketts
rackety
rackful
rackfuls (current term)
rackie
rackies
racking
racking bend
racking bends
racking off
rackingly
rackings
rackle
rackless
rackmount
rackmounts
racks
racks off

Literary usage of Rackfuls

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1. Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska by Charles Warren Stoddard (1899)
"The blood-red interiors of drying fish — rackfuls of them turned wrong side out— are the only bit of color in all Alaska. Everybody and everything is sombre ..."

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