For all who do believe this, the very existence of Israel is a sort of fraud or a racket.
The Texas financier Allen Stanford stands accused of a mere $7 billion racket.
They marched through the neighborhood, everybody running outside to see what the racket was all about.
Between his temper tantrums and racket abuse, he puts on quite a show for fans.
He came equipped with a destructive technology: resilient foam rubber he'd glued to his racket.
There is no sign of the driving-power, no racket, no effort.
I, also, was in anger, but this racket kept me cool and made me smile.
Such dashers occasioned many a racket in Meg's house, and many a bourasque in Meg's temper.
“Kicking up a racket in there,” he said jerkily, indicating the parlour.
Sissly's men have arrived and are raising a racket in the armoury with hammer and saw.
[1970s+ College students; fr the kick out of danger in football, fr mid1800s Rugby football, ''kick the ball before it hits the ground,'' of unknown origin; perhaps echoic]