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rackets

a. a game similar to squash played in a large four-walled court by two or four players using rackets and a small hard ball
b. (as modifier): a rackets court
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He wore no neckerchief, as he had been playing rackets all day, and his Open shirt collar displayed their full luxuriance.
"What do you mean by making such a racket?" asked the shaggy man, sternly.
En I reck'n de wives quarrels considable; en dat 'crease de racket. Yit dey say Sollermun de wises' man dat ever live'.
Master Friquet, the owner of a pistol and of a sword which Louvieres had given him, had organized a company of rogues like himself and was making a tremendous racket.
There was a muleteer to every donkey and a dozen volunteers beside, and they banged the donkeys with their goad sticks, and pricked them with their spikes, and shouted something that sounded like "Sekki- yah!" and kept up a din and a racket that was worse than Bedlam itself.
It growls and grumbles and clicks and scratches so it spoils the music, and your machinery rumbles so that the racket drowns every tune you attempt."
Summary: A new study by Fact.MR reveals that the market for squash rackets is projected to expand at a value CAGR of 3.7% throughout the period of assessment, 2018-2028.
On July 1, the police had busted two such betting rackets in the city.
THE Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) vowed to clamp down on work visa rackets and enforce the law on violators.
The CX Series is endorsed by Dunlop's Tour Team players including multiple Grand Slam finalist Kevin Anderson who will use the rackets during the 2019 season.
The six-times Grand Slam champion said he had taken his rackets on board until a recent change in policy.