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Definition of "racker" [rack•er]

  • One who racks. (noun)
  • A horse that has a racking gait. (noun)

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Use "racker" in a sentence
  • "At seven o'clock, when the night ball-racker came on, Shorty told me he had to hurry to his saxophone lesson."
  • "He then inquired after our names, trade or profession, and place of residence in Fatherland, all of which we told him, namely, that my comrade was a theologian, and had studied at Leyden; [289] that I was a wine-racker, and that we both lived near Leeuwarden, in Friesland."
  • "Selyns, in a letter to Rev. Willem à Brakel, says that Sluyter gave himself out as a physician, but unsuccessful in practice, Danckaerts as a wine-racker, as here."