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rackety

adjective rack·ety \ˈra-kə-tē\

Definition of RACKETY

1
:  noisy
2
:  rowdy
3
:  rickety

Examples of RACKETY

  1. <anyone operating that rackety machine had better wear earplugs>
  2. <the once-familiar sight of a rackety newspaper office with reporters pounding away at typewriters>

First Known Use of RACKETY

1773

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