a concealed course of bricks laid diagonally to the wall surface in a raking bond.
noun 1. a sloping piece of scenery, as on a television or stage set, especially such a piece used for masking the side of a ramp. 2. a wedge used for leveling scenery on a sloping stage.
[rey-kish] /ˈreɪ kɪʃ/ adjective 1. like a ; dissolute: rakish behavior. [rey-kish] /ˈreɪ kɪʃ/ adjective 1. smart; jaunty; dashing: a hat worn at a rakish angle. 2. (of a vessel) having an appearance suggesting speed. /ˈreɪkɪʃ/ adjective 1. dissolute; profligate /ˈreɪkɪʃ/ adjective 1. dashing; jaunty: a hat set at a rakish angle 2. (nautical) (of […]
shore-town, a “fenced city” of the tribe of Naphtali (Josh. 19:35). The old name of Tiberias, according to the Rabbins.
a place upon the shore, a town belonging to Dan (Josh. 19:46). It is now Tell er-Rakkeit, 6 miles north of Joppa, on the sea-shore, near the mouth of the river ‘Aujeh, i.e., “yellow water.” (See KANAH.)