This past Monday afternoon, I headed off for my regular tennis game with my racket strapped to my back and my wife in her whites.
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.
Between his temper tantrums and racket abuse, he puts on quite a show for fans.
They marched through the neighborhood, everybody running outside to see what the racket was all about.
There is no sign of the driving-power, no racket, no effort.
All you've got to do is to just be ca'm and stack it up—they'll stand the racket.
Such dashers occasioned many a racket in Meg's house, and many a bourasque in Meg's temper.
What I might have said to her was interrupted by a racket outside my office.
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]