Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A variant of reek.
  • A Middle English form of reek.
  • An obsolete or dialectal form of rake.

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Examples

  • PS nawet jutrzejsze testy mi nie sa straszne. ale daje reke uciac, ze bede miala lzy w oczach juz jak przyjdzie co do czego. zabierz ode mnie strach przed badaniami z wykorzystaniem igly, zyletki (?!), itp:/aaa, cos jeszcze. mowilam, ze kocham M?

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  • Siostra moja. dumna jestem, eeeey! jestem piekielnie zazdrosna. o kazda, ktora mogla Go dotykac, calowac, czy nawet trzymac za reke. jestem zazdrosna. here's a little advice for you: DON'T MESS WITH MY MAN!

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  • GOOOO KINGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! reke is going to have a triple double and JT will go bananas tonight so if it starts to get ugly you can switch to that to keep your spirits up.

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  • GOOOO KINGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! reke is going to have a triple double and JT will go bananas tonight so if it starts to get ugly you can switch to that to keep your spirits up.

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  • Normally this event ranks somewhere between the celebrity all-star game on the low end and staring at a wall, but with reke going I think I have to tune in now.

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  • EVER. 'reke is off to the NBA, where he will make people forget about D. Wade.

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  • EVER. 'reke is off to the NBA, where he will make people forget about D. Wade.

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  • Plovne reke su Dunav (588 km), Sava (206 km), Tisa (168 km) i delimicno dd ...

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  • Top Extreme vam ponuja nepozabna doživetja v dolini reke Soče!

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  • EVER. 'reke is off to the NBA, where he will make people forget about D. Wade.

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  • (obs.) v.

    1. to go, proceed, esp. in haste, to run

    2. (of plants:) to shoot up

    3. (rare) to drive; to thrust

    4. to cover up in dirt or ashes (cf. rake); to bury

    September 1, 2008