rake-hell

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

rake-hell (comparative more rake-hell, superlative most rake-hell)

  1. Alternative form of rakehell

Noun[edit]

rake-hell (plural rake-hells)

  1. Alternative form of rakehell
    • 1622, Francis Bacon, Bacon's History of the Reign of King Henry VII, Cambridge University Press (1902), page 165:
      The King when he heard of Perkin's siege of Exeter, made sport with it, and said to them that were about him, that the King of rake-hells was landed in the west...

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