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Definition of "rakehelly" []

  • Wild; dissolute; rakehell (adjective)

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Use "rakehelly" in a sentence
  • "While on the other hand, traduced by their comedy nominator to the loaferst terms for their aloquent parts, sexes, suppers, oglers, novels and dice. 2 He could find (the rakehelly!) by practice the valuse of thine-to-mine articles with no reminder for an equality of relations and, with the helpings from his tables, improduce fullmin to trumblers, links unto chains, weys in Nuffolk till tods of"
  • "His comic aspect and “rakehelly” demeanour belied his lofty lineage, bestowing the fictitious air of a vagabond and a swaggerer upon a dandy and a gentleman."
  • ""And did you think I did not know my rakehelly lover Sir Robert better than to blame you for his quarrels?""