Definition of 'rackety'
Example sentences containing 'rackety'
The Social Democrats ran a much more rackety taxi service, partly because their organization was mere middle-class improvisation.POLITICAL SUICIDE
It was perfectly possible that Cosmo, with his rackety, uncertain background, had come upon tail ends of that story.DARE CALL IT TREASON
I shan't be as close to the centre of London as all that, and it's likely to be a fairly rackety household.THE HARDIE INHERITANCE
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Definition of rackety from the Collins English Dictionary