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Definition of "rakee" [rakee]

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "rakee" in a sentence
  • "– Went to morning church; afterwards walked with Mr. Anderson, and, returning through a deluge of mud, met the 89th and 17th regiments, which had disembarked at an hour's notice, as an attack is expected to-morrow, it being St. Nicholas's day, when the Russian soldiers are supposed to have an extra ration of rakee; and as they never fight unless half drunk, the argument is not so bad after all."
  • "He then drank off a cup of rakee, and rolling over in a state of stupid intoxication, fell fast asleep."
  • "They indulged in kabobs, and asking for wine and rakee, which, as forbidden by the law, I never taste, I went out and purchased it for them."