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  • Racket (sports equipment) - Wikipedia

    A racket or racquet is a sports implement consisting of a handled frame with an open hoop across which a network of strings or catgut is stretched tightly.

  • Racquet - definition of racquet by The Free Dictionary

    rac·quet (răk′ĭt) n. Variant of racket1. racquet (ˈrækɪt) n (General Sporting Terms) a variant spelling of racket2 rac•quet (ˈræk ɪt) n. 1. racquets ...

  • Racket vs. racquet – Grammarist

    Racket is the usual spelling of the word for the paddle-like device used in net games such as tennis. Racquet is an alternative form—it was originally a misspelling ...

  • Racquet | Define Racquet at

    Racquet definition, a game played with rackets and a ball by two or four persons on a four-walled court. See more.

  • Racquet Magazine

    Racquet is a quarterly magazine that celebrates the art, ideas, style and culture that surround tennis.

  • Tennis Racquets

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  • Racket or Racquet: What’s The Difference? - Writing Explained

    STOP. Don't make this mistake ever again. Learn how to use racquet and racket with definitions, example sentences, & quizzes at Writing Explained.

  • Racket | Define Racket at

    Racket definition, a loud noise or clamor, especially of a disturbing or confusing kind; din; uproar: The traffic made a terrible racket in the street below. See more.

  • Racquet definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

    Racquet definition: → racket 2 | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

  • racquet - Wiktionary

    1975, Norman Keifetz, The Sensation, page 21: Potter drove up along the wire fence of the yard, and there on the tennis court, a kid racqueted a ball ...

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