Origin of rape1
usage note for rape
OTHER WORDS FROM raperap·a·ble, rape·a·ble, adjectiverapist, raper, noun
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Origin of rape2
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Origin of rape3
How to use rape in a sentence
General Raper was the officer in political charge of the Nawab of Moorshedabad, then a boy of some ten years old.
Again, but now as one of a body of officers, I partook of hospitality shown to the whole regiment by General Raper.
The story also ran that Joe Raper—such was his name—had been the accepted suitor of her who subsequently married Fagan.
Raper carefully perused the note, and then proceeded to examine the bills, when Fagan snatched them rudely from his hand.
Make out an account and furnish it, Raper; we'll see how he relishes Shylock when he comes to read that.