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Correct spelling for YACKED
We think the word yacked is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for yacked
But under summer's frank sunlight egypt was as disheartening a spectacle as a racked old horse, ribs and hip bones outthrust, waiting for the knacker's offices.
So he had paid for everything, even to the mason's tools inside the shed, because tom ivey had never had a contract before and lacked capital.
Broken-backed indeed was the house before which he dismounted.
Humouring her, theophil raised her and packed up the pillows at her back.
The steering rod was broken and the cushions were caked with mud.
You're just a specimen of what a jacked-up tiger would turn out to be, burned under a few million volts of hard radiation.
Thousands of corpses, the full tale of which will never be known till the day of judgment, lying rolled in blood, with a handful of earth raked over them under the fatal fredericksburg heights; the finest army in federaldom hurled back upon its intrenchments; nothing but darkness covering a disastrous, if not shameful defeat; the papers crowded with dreary funeral notices, showing how, to every great city of the north, from hospital and battle-ground, the slain are being gathered in, to be buried among their own people; a wail of widows and orphans and mothers, from homestead, hamlet, and town, overpowering with its simple energy, the bombastic war-notes and false stage-thunder of the press; rumors of a terrible battle in the far west, where, after three days' hard fighting, rosecrans barely holds his own, and yet "there are no news!"
Here the squire laughed and whacked the table again with his tankard.
When the mahdists sacked and burned the governor's palace, they forgot to destroy the trees and the rose bushes that gordon with his own hands had planted.
The dog bayed, the chickens cackled loudly, and the ducks quacked, raising their heads loftily and scampering off toward the horse-lot.
He had received many a blow, and repaid it as best he could, but without doing them any harm, for they were well skilled in fencing, and their shields were not of a kind to be hacked by any sword, however sharp and well tempered it might be.
Mike faked the race, of course, and lost his horse, that bein' part of our progam.
He knocked two chickens from their perch in a tree and baked them in a mould of clay.