- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rack.
“The captain racked his brain for options, even bad ones.”
“LUDDEN: And Irwin racked up three student loans of her own.”
“As the class looked angrily about to determine which ass had once again racked up a high score, I tried my very hardest to vanish into the ether.”
“(AP) - Jeremy Maclin racked up 275 total yards and scored two touchdowns and Tony Temple added two TDs to lead Missouri to a 52-24 win over Western Michigan on Saturday.”
“And yet it called to him across that leagues-wide savannah, and was like a benediction to his long-suffering, pain racked spirit.”
“And the midnight oil had not been wasted, nor the brain racked in vain, if this were so indeed: if the day and hour were at hand when He should be exalted as universal Counsellor, whom wisdom had made fit to rule; He be called Wonderful who was great by the secrets of His mind.”
“During its late-'60s/early-'70s peak, the Memphis-based label racked up tons of R”
“Congratulations again and, despite the wracked or were they "racked"? nerves, I hope the ceremony went well!”
“Well, those protests "racked" the power structure, anyway.”
“There was something about the picture that bugged me, so I just kind of racked my brain for a while.”
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