Definition of Rypeck

1. ryepeck [n -S] - See also: ryepeck



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rypeck

rymmed
rymmes
rymming
rynd
rynds
rynersonite
rynge
rynt
ryokan
ryokans
ryot
ryots
ryotwari
ryotwaris
rype
rypeck (current term)
rypecks
ryper
rypophagous
rysh
ryshes
rysimeter
rysimeters
ryth
rythmic
rython
ryths
rytina
ryvett
ryvetts

Literary usage of Rypeck

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1873)
"... or “rypeck,” the name given on the Thames to the sharp-pointed pole by which a barge or punt is moored? WP11 Eton. ..."

2. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1890)
"There was yet another chance for a bump at the turning of the boat round the rypeck at the Rushes; but the boat which got safely round the Rushes first was ..."

3. Curiosities of Natural History by Francis Trevelyan Buckland (1859)
"... spikes on their ends, called in these parts "rypeck*:" why or wherefore they have received this name we cannot ascertain ; lastly an enormous iron rake. ..."

4. Fishing Gossip: Or, Stray Leaves from the Note-books of Several Anglers by Henry Cholmondeley-Pennell (1866)
"All at once in goes the rypeck (the pole used to fix the boat) and over slides, without a splash, the junk stone (a heavy stone weight, having a cord ..."

5. The Practical Fisherman: Dealing with the Natural History, the Legendary by John Harrington Keene (1881)
"We duly arrived at this much-to-be-desired trysting place, and, dropping the weight overboard quietly, and fixing a short rypeck to the stern of the punt, ..."

6. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1873)
"... or “rypeck,” the name given on the Thames to the sharp-pointed pole by which a barge or punt is moored? WP11 Eton. ..."

7. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1890)
"There was yet another chance for a bump at the turning of the boat round the rypeck at the Rushes; but the boat which got safely round the Rushes first was ..."

8. Curiosities of Natural History by Francis Trevelyan Buckland (1859)
"... spikes on their ends, called in these parts "rypeck*:" why or wherefore they have received this name we cannot ascertain ; lastly an enormous iron rake. ..."

9. Fishing Gossip: Or, Stray Leaves from the Note-books of Several Anglers by Henry Cholmondeley-Pennell (1866)
"All at once in goes the rypeck (the pole used to fix the boat) and over slides, without a splash, the junk stone (a heavy stone weight, having a cord ..."

10. The Practical Fisherman: Dealing with the Natural History, the Legendary by John Harrington Keene (1881)
"We duly arrived at this much-to-be-desired trysting place, and, dropping the weight overboard quietly, and fixing a short rypeck to the stern of the punt, ..."

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