- v. present participle of wrack.
“It's so nerve-wracking, which is exhausting, "she said.”
“They wouldn't require "saving" if they would learn to live within their means instead of wracking up huge credit debts for unneeded luxuries.”
“It's amazingly cool to be at the center of attention like this, and yet it's also scary and nerve-wracking.”
“I think it's soaked up pheremones from all the other nerve-wracking events”
“When I got to finally step on that stage--and they have that old piece of the original Opry where you stand--you could feel the presence which was eerie and it was intimidating, nerve wracking, and it was so many things all in one.”
“Nerve-wracking pace and atmosphere camouflage wild coincidences.”
“Fascinated with the meeting of memory and language, adept at conjuring states of mind, and haunted by the violence wracking his homeland, Hemon is a stoic tragedian and a brilliant satirist.”
“I was wracking my brain thinking, "I don't really have a song that carries any sort of sports message or a competitive message.”
“Still he struggled, panic quickly replacing confusion, until the shudders wracking his body had less to do with cold and more to do with sheer terror.”
“Fisted his hands at his sides and let the grief and pain pour out of him in dry, wracking sobs.”
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