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racked

mod. struck in the testicles. (Usually objectionable.) The quarterback got racked and didn’t play the rest of the quarter.
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racked

verb
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When she was sure The Sheik had gone, the little girl crawled to the shady side of the tent, where she lay quite still, hugging Geeka close to her breast, her little form racked at long intervals with choking sobs.
It was no longer the fear of the gallows, it was the horror of being Hyde that racked me.
A wind had sprung up out of the north-west; it was cruel keen, it dried him like a fire, and racked his finger-joints.
It was all over before I arrived; so my curiosity was not so dreadfully racked as your's seems to have been.
A sob which Mordaunt could not repress burst from his throat and his livid face became suffused with blood; he clenched his fists, sweat covered his face, his hair, like Hamlet's, stood on end, and racked with fury he cried out:
The fame of the captain as a healer of diseases, had accompanied him to this village, and the great chief, O-push-y-e-cut, now entreated him to exert his skill on his daughter, who had been for three days racked with pains, for which the Pierced-nose doctors could devise no alleviation.
To-day, each in her appropriate key, lisped, stuttered, mumbled, and jabbered as usual; about fifteen had racked me in turn, and my auricular nerve was expecting with resignation the discords of the sixteenth, when a full, though low voice, read out, in clear correct English-
In vain I racked my invention to find out some motive for them, but I could discover none.