February 15th, 2020

Teen Wolf::Stiles & Derek::pool

Word of the Day 02/15/20 Rax

Rax (verb)
rax [ raks ]


verb (used without object)
1. to stretch oneself, as after sleeping.
2. to extend the hand.

verb (used with object)
3. to elongate; stretch.

Origin: before 1000; Middle English (north) raxen, Old English raxan; akin to Old English reccean to stretch, German recken

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RAX
Marie had seen the Rax all her life, as it towered thirty miles or so away above the plain.
THE STREET OF SEVEN STARS|MARY ROBERTS RINEHART

He gied the lad Horace a rax forrit by all accounts; but he never gied him proofs like yon.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 24 (OF 25)|ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

Marie stopped the sleigh at a wayside shrine, and getting out knelt to say a prayer for the travelers who had died on the Rax.
THE STREET OF SEVEN STARS|MARY ROBERTS RINEHART

Ceph' al o-tho' rax, the division of the body formed by the fused head and thorax in many arthropoda.
A GUIDE FOR THE STUDY OF ANIMALS|WORRALLO WHITNEY

Herr Habl had ascended the Rax on previous occasions, and twice before by the Wolfsthal.
ADVENTURES ON THE ROOF OF THE WORLD|MRS. AUBREY LE BLOND

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