[ rik-rak ]
/ ˈrɪkˌræk /
a narrow, zigzag braid or ribbon used as a trimming on clothing, linens, etc.
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Origin of rickrack
1880–85, Americanism; gradational reduplication of rack1
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British Dictionary definitions for rickrack
/ (ˈrɪkˌræk) /
a zigzag braid used for trimming
Word Origin for rickrack
C20: dissimilated reduplication of rack 1
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