This page will make sure you never confuse rack and wrack again! Read the definitions, check out our example sentences, and be sure to follow the twitter feed to see how the internet is using these words in a sentence.
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Framework for holding objects
The newspapers were arranged on a rack
A wrecked ship or dried seaweed especially that cast ashore
Wrack and ruin
Live Twitter Feeds
What's the internet saying about rack/wrack?
@muffincrumbz: "I don't know how to wrack, I just have a nice rack." - things heard in my beer pong match.
@el_crawford: @RonnieBarko rack = torture. wrack = wreck.
@wirehead2501: @laurenvoswinkel YES OMG. see also: "eek" for "eke", "phase" for "faze", "rack" for "wrack" (and vice versa), "pour" for "pore".
@orbitalflyby: Pet homophonic peeve of the day: wrack v rack. ARGH. 'rack and ruin' makes no sense, and 'racking your brain' is probably a bad idea!