She had looked as fresh as a rose through all the racketing, and when she talked about the need for rest she had smiled.
Finally Ray shut off the racketing engine and let out the rusty anchor.
They stayed three weeks there, racketing about to all kinds of show-places, and overdoing it, of course.
There were no operas, no theatres, no racketing or frolicking of any sort going on.
For instance, all monastic life, and the doctrine of racketing spirits from purgatory, are in conflict with faith.
There was noise and racketing behind them, but they two heard nothing.
Thirdly, I have been racketing too much, and do not feel over well.
Wind tore at me, racketing in my ears, drowning music of both moons and man.
He looks much better than when he was racketing about at Leiden.
The racketing of the gunfire ended abruptly and the rifles were lowered again.
To lead a busy life professionally and socially: Monk's seesawing years, from 1935 to 1940, were spent racketing endlessly back and forth between Europe and New York, an itinerant pianist and boulevardier (1760+)
[fr early 1800s British underworld fr racket, ''noise, confusion,'' etc]