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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishracquetrac‧quet /ˈrækɪt/ noun [countable]  another spelling of racket(3)
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racquetThe 1991 Head racquet range has been developed from Head's wide bodied racquet, Genesis.She'd been playing tennis, and was swinging her racquet as she walked.Bodie was in squash gear, still holding his racquet across his knees.Most of the boys seemed to possess a squash racquet.Then you wonder just how they can control the ball, the racquet and consequently the game with such nonchalance.The acquisition of a new Wilson racquet fooled me into thinking I could teach Adam how to play.
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