Rackham

[rak-uh m]
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Historical Examples of rackham

  • Rackham wouldn't clinch it with his oath unless I told him your name.

    Blackbeard: Buccaneer

    Ralph D. Paine

  • Luttrell told me you were both off to Rackham Park this week for Gatwick.

    The Summons

    A.E.W. Mason

  • I understood, too, why I was no longer invited to Rackham Park.

    The Summons

    A.E.W. Mason

  • Thus the little things of every day occupied the foreground of Rackham Park.

    The Summons

    A.E.W. Mason

  • There were two more races, but the party from Rackham Park did not wait for them.

    The Summons

    A.E.W. Mason


British Dictionary definitions for rackham

Rackham

noun
  1. Arthur . 1867–1939, English artist, noted for his book illustrations, esp of fairy tales
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