adjective cark·ing \ˈkär-kiŋ\

Definition of CARKING

Examples of CARKING

  1. <sometimes she's overwhelmed by the carking anxieties of being a single parent>

Origin of CARKING

Middle English, from carken, literally, to load, burden, from Anglo-French carker, from Late Latin carricare
First Known Use: circa 1565

Rhymes with CARKING


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