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  • noun Plural form of rakehell.

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Examples

  • Too many were rakehells, as became apparent by April 1756.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Too many were rakehells, as became apparent by April 1756.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Too many were rakehells, as became apparent by April 1756.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Too many were rakehells, as became apparent by April 1756.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The two younger Malory brothers, James and Anthony, might have been such rakehells in their day, never losing a duel whether with fists or pistols, that they were well-known for being quite deadly.

    Johanna Lindsey

  • The two younger Malory brothers, James and Anthony, might have been such rakehells in their day, never losing a duel whether with fists or pistols, that they were well-known for being quite deadly.

    Johanna Lindsey

  • The two younger Malory brothers, James and Anthony, might have been such rakehells in their day, never losing a duel whether with fists or pistols, that they were well-known for being quite deadly.

    Johanna Lindsey

  • Those damned rakehells had finally gone to his father for payment?

    Johanna Lindsey

  • Those damned rakehells had finally gone to his father for payment?

    Johanna Lindsey

  • Those damned rakehells had finally gone to his father for payment?

    Johanna Lindsey

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