"raker" Definition

  1. TO GO A, is, in racing parlance, to put more money than usual on a certain horse. “Going a RAKER” often leads to “coming a cropper.”

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Position in the dictionary: 2789 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: ramp, rampage, ramper, ramshackle, ran-tan, rancho, randals-man., randan, random, randy
Previous words in the dictionary: raise the wind, rain napper, ragamuffin, rag-splawger, rag-shop, rag and famish, rag, raff, rafe, raclan

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