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    rake - Dictionary definition and meaning for word rake

    (noun) a dissolute man in fashionable society
    Synonyms : blood , profligate , rakehell , rip , roue
    (noun) degree of deviation from a horizontal plane
    Synonyms : pitch , slant
    Example Sentence
    • the roof had a steep pitch
    (noun) a long-handled tool with a row of teeth at its head; used to move leaves or loosen soil Definition
    (verb) move through with or as if with a rake
    Example Sentence
    • She raked her fingers through her hair
    (verb) level or smooth with a rake
    Example Sentence
    • rake gravel
    (verb) sweep the length of
    Example Sentence
    • The gunfire raked the coast
    (verb) examine hastily
    Synonyms : glance over , run down , scan , skim
    Example Sentence
    • She scanned the newspaper headlines while waiting for the taxi
    (verb) gather with a rake
    Example Sentence
    • rake leaves
    (verb) scrape gently
    Synonyms : crease , graze
    Example Sentence
    • graze the skin
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for rake

Raki ... rakhi sawant is morally degraded

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rake...its a name given to person..who host a POKER game in casino.....HE IS CALLED RAKE because he takes commision for hosting a game....any one who takes commision is considered a IMMORAL person. the word used is rake off

rake sounds like fake.. So a rake person is a fake or immoral and dissolute person..!!

Rake sounds like Rakesh Roshan (A dissolute man in fashionable society)

Rak (crayfish) sit as mafia boss in brothel with five nice hot human girls.

Word used in video below:
text: not rake over that now as I say his
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