- making or causing a racket; noisy.
- fond of excitement or dissipation.
Origin of rackety
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Examples from the Web for rackety
A rackety chorus of crickets and frogs forms the nightly soundtrack to Bermudian life.How John Lennon Rediscovered His Music in Bermuda
November 3, 2013
All have turned out so well, not one of them rackety, you know.
In the lake they play, The beautiful duckAnd the rackety summer boy.Here and Now Story Book
Lucy Sprague Mitchell
They were the marks of what was evidently an old and rackety conveyance.The Rider of Waroona
He has been a rackety one, and I fear he is not much better now.
He had been "rackety," and had been punished: that was the substance of the tale.Memoirs of a Surrey Labourer
George Sturt (AKA George Bourne)
- noisy, rowdy, or boisterous
- socially lively and, sometimes, mildly dissolutea rackety life