Lexicographical Neighbors of Rackingly
rackingly (current term)
Literary usage of Rackingly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1916)
"More women and children than men were gathered there, some of them injured, all of them shivering, many of them beginning to cough rackingly as the effect ..."
2. The Wagnerian Romances by Gertrude Hall Brownell (1907)
"He is so sore he cannot sit; when he goes his joints hurt rackingly. His restless moving about the room while he waits for Sachs brings him to the master's ..."
3. Red Dusk and the Morrow: Adventures and Investigations in Red Russia by Paul Dukes (1922)
"Only a boy, sitting next to my companion, coughed during the whole journey—coughed rackingly and incessantly, nearly driving me mad. ..."
4. Red Dusk and the Morrow: Adventures and Investigations in Red Russia by Paul Dukes (1922)
"... journey—coughed rackingly and incessantly, nearly driving me mad. After a while a candle was produced, and round the flickering light at one end of the ..."
5. Camp and Camino in Lower California: A Record of the Adventures of the by Arthur Walbridge North (1910)
"... the traveler rises slowly for a league, then, with a sharp upward pitch, the trail zigzags nerve-rackingly skyward two or three thousand feet, ..."