from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not racked; not having the contents freed from the lees: as, an unracked vessel.
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He stepped into the locker and unracked an outfit.
I cycled the emergency lock into the doughnut, unracked a pack and a jumpsuit that looked like it would fit me, and suited up.
And the knowledge that for once in her life she had thrown her dignity and pride to the winds put her other pain to flight, and she had at least one night unracked by the record within her.
Unwearied by satiety, unracked by hunger's strife,
Thirty months on, in a drastically altered world, there can scarcely be a Lib Dem member unracked by grief that the Cable guy didn't run.