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  • n. Plural form of hatrack.


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  • If Marcel Duchamp had lived to read spam, the man who nonchalantly proclaimed snowshovels and hatracks "found" sculptures would surely have edited a Library of America anthology of spam, the signature genre of our times (not to mention our only truly new literary form, one written increasingly by machines).

    Boing Boing

  • "That's it!" he cried in such excitement that a whole forest of hatracks appeared around the bed, much to the gnome's alarm.

    War of the Twins

  • And I've got to comb over my herd, and get rid of the boarders and hatracks, and acquire a blooded bull for Alabama Ranch, to improve the strain.

    The Prairie Mother

  • We journeyed all night, some of the men sleeping on the seats, some on the floor, and some in the hatracks overhead, and in the morning amid intense excitement we arrived at the station in Rome.

    The Great War As I Saw It

  • Do you project a corresponding resurgence in the popularity of hatracks?


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