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wrack1 (rak), n. 1.    wreck or wreckage. 2.    damage or destruction: wrack and ruin. 3.    a trace of something destroyed: leaving not a wrack behind. 4.    seaweed or other vegetation cast on the shore. v.t. 5.    to wreck: He wracked his car up on the river road. [bef. 900; ME wrak (n.), OE wrc vengeance, misery, akin to wracu vengeance, misery, wrecan to WREAK]
wrack2 (rak), n., v.i. rack4.

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brought forth from the murky depths:

How quickly I forget! And Sylvie brought up another spelling for tennnnon: tendon. Add that to the mizpeling FAQ, pleaze.
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