"—you could soak it to 'em on the wanagan an' shove the rake-off in your pocket," finished the man.
He gets a rake-off every time a man buys and every time a man sells.
"Wal, I reckon you made a rake-off," drawled Larry, as Neale came up.
Let that guy, Quintana, have what's his'n. All I ask is my rake-off.
For size of "rake-off," there is no game of hazard in the world offering a parallel.
Valet gave me the tip you understand, and has to be in on the rake-off.
And what did he mean by his observation that there was no rake-off on the wanagan?
Ye dont do that for love of us, nor yet for a rake-off, for ye asked for none.
They have jobbed public works and pocketed a "rake-off" on all municipal supplies.
All they had to do with the shipbuilding was to bank their rake-off.
[1888+; fr the rake used by casino croupiers]