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Webster 1913 Edition


Rackety

Rack′et-y

(răk′ĕt-y̆)
,
Adj.
Making a tumultuous noise.

Webster 1828 Edition


Rackety

RACK'ETY

,
Adj.
Making a tumultuous noise.

Definition 2022


rackety

rackety

English

Adjective

rackety (comparative racketier, superlative racketiest)

  1. Making a racket: noisy
    • 2007 January 10, Patricia Leigh Brown, “An Author’s Vision of the Mean Streets of Mumbai”, in New York Times:
      The book’s initial germ was a rackety shootout not far from Mr. Chandra’s family’s co-op.