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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of wrack.

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Examples

  • “We didn’t mean for any of that to happen,” the skinny boy called, his expression wracked with guilt.

    Soulless

  • “We didn’t mean for any of that to happen,” the skinny boy called, his expression wracked with guilt.

    Soulless

  • “We didn’t mean for any of that to happen,” the skinny boy called, his expression wracked with guilt.

    Soulless

  • The race figures to be competitive, with Andrus 'current term wracked by scandal, lawsuits and constant battles with the town's Board of Aldermen, led by Jones.

    thenewsstar.com - Sports

  • The Balls and the Lathams, the Honeys and the Coffins of that ancient day had "wracked" the stranded craft most thoroughly.

    Sheila of Big Wreck Cove A Story of Cape Cod

  • I don’t think the political circumstances are ripe for dramatic alteration of the American health care system, and I don’t want to see the next Democratic president’s first term wracked on the shoals of health care reform.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Center

  • I don’t think the political circumstances are ripe for dramatic alteration of the American health care system, and I don’t want to see the next Democratic president’s first term wracked on the shoals of health care reform.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Center

  • But then back in the world of sound political strategies for the immediate future … I don’t think the political circumstances are ripe for dramatic alteration of the American health care system, and I don’t want to see the next Democratic president’s first term wracked on the shoals of health care reform.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Center

  • Us can do all your work, and you can stay in bed till your legs is not cracked any more, "for they had heard her complaining of her knees and ankles being" wracked "with pain.

    Us An Old Fashioned Story

  • Here we have Fabletown under direct and vicious attack from Pinocchio's brothers, with sinister infiltration by the woman who calls herself Red Riding Hood, and wracked also by an internal power struggle between Old King Cole and Prince Charming.

    The Book Game

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