Reference of Rake in Media and Daily Life
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Rake represents the historical context. Rake is an abbreviated form of rakehell.

Reference of Rake in Media and Daily Life

Rake represents the historical context.

Rake is an abbreviated form of rakehell.

It is just the opposite of hellraiser.

This is a man who is accustomed with immoral conduct.

The habit is womanising.

The rake is a person who wasted inherited fortune.

It might be over wine, gambling, or women.

This type of person had debts.

Rake represents a TV program in Australia.

The producer is Essential Media and Entertainment.

It has been aired at ABC1 of Australian Broadcasting Corporation in the year 2010.

It begins with Richard Roxburgh who acted as rake named Cleaver Greene.

The person is self-destructive and he was a barrister in Sydney.

He had defended clients who were guilty.

The reference has been given to character of Keegan Deane.

For British English, the 'rake' represents somebody having immoral lifestyle.

Rake is derived from Old English word raca.

It has been related with Dutch word raak.

There is a German word Rechen.

The actual meaning is to scrape together or to pile up.

It is a broom for external use.

It is an implement of horticulture.

It includes toothed bar.

This has been fixed in the transverse direction.

There is an attachment with handle.

They are utilized for acquiring leaves, grass, and hay.

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