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Meanwhile, many employers of these essential workers, including Walmart, Amazon, Kroger and Costco, have raked in record profits.

From Time

SPACs have been on fire in the US, raking in more money last year than in the entire decade before.

From Quartz

Any movie that doesn’t rake in $50 million or more at theaters in its opening weekend will be able to be released for people to rent on streaming services 17 days later.

From Digiday

Meanwhile, 40 major-conference programs are raking in at least $100 million, including the University of Texas, which brought in more than $220 million.

Then there’s the fact that, at the moment, streaming doesn’t rake in as much revenue as traditional TV.

From Digiday

They dress in clothing from the flophouse lost-and-found and are groomed with a hacksaw and gravel rake.

The next 10 times after that, the sheer repetition made it funny again, like the famous Simpsons rake joke.

That tour, of course, is the On the Run tour featuring Beyoncé and Jay Z, which is on track to rake in up to $100 million.

“This is my collage about a farm,” he said pointing out a rake, plant, and chicken.

Lacob: Unlike Gang Related, I actually enjoyed Rake less than I thought I would.

Harrowing makes finer the lumps near the surface, and mixes the fertilizer deeper than a rake can be used.

But as they rode back to Zoyland Chase the old rake was bitter in his inveighings against Wilding's folly and weakness.

He forbade his subjects, under pain of banishment, to rake up the old causes of dispute.

Though outnumbered three to one, still we were well under cover in our boat, and could rake each canoe as it came up.

The Belgians place no limit upon the number of elephants one may shoot, just so they get their rake-off.


On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rake, such as: comb, scour, scrape, clear, collect, and enfilade.

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