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See definition of wracked on Dictionary.com
  • as inbroken
  • as inin disrepair
  • as inuncomfortable

synonyms for wracked

  • busted
  • defective
  • faulty
  • ruined
  • wrecked
  • disabled
  • down
  • exhausted
  • gone
  • out
  • shot
  • spent
  • coming unstuck
  • fallen apart
  • feeble
  • gone to pieces
  • gone to pot
  • haywire
  • imperfect
  • in disrepair
  • in need of repair
  • in the shop
  • inoperable
  • kaput
  • not functioning
  • on the blink
  • on the fritz
  • on the shelf
  • out of commission
  • out of kilter
  • out of order
  • out of whack
  • run down
  • screwed-up
  • unsatisfactory
  • weak
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antonyms for wracked

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  • perfect
  • repaired
  • saved
  • OK
  • complete
  • connected
  • continuous
  • fixed
  • flowing
  • happy
  • kept
  • satisfied
  • unbroken
  • uplifted
  • whole
  • working
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    How to use wracked in a sentence

    We were whimpering and peevish; we were wracked with pain and weary of mind, but that nurse never failed to smile.
    PRIVATE PEATHAROLD R. PEAT
    A barbarous phrase has often made me out of love with a good sense, and doubtful writing hath wracked me beyond my patience.
    DISCOVERIES MADE UPON MEN AND MATTERBEN JONSON
    Then the hero tore up huge oak trees by their roots and built a lofty funeral pyre on which he stretched his pain-wracked limbs.
    STORIES OF OLD GREECE AND ROMEEMILIE KIP BAKER
    Masser Rupert nebber feel a saterfaction to be wracked away, or to be prisoner to Injin!
    AFLOAT AND ASHOREJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
    Straightway he flung the boiling contents of his cup full in that rage-wracked countenance.
    BOB, SON OF BATTLEALFRED OLLIVANT
    Every muscle and sinew in me was wracked, while I stood in a driving wind and freezing rain.
    AN ARTILLERYMAN'S DIARYJENKIN LLOYD JONES
    Worse nor wracked diamonds, worse nor wracked gold they be—these humans wid fairy blood in 'em!
    THE HARBOR MASTERTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS
    He found none; he was still nerve-wracked from that last terrific shock, but otherwise whole and well.
    THE RED HELL OF JUPITERPAUL ERNST
    This aroused the weary Orderly-Sergeants, who started upon the task of getting up the bone-wracked, aching-muscled men.
    SI KLEGG, BOOK 2 (OF 6)JOHN MCELROY
    Helen sat immovable for over a minute, then she bowed her head and burst into dry tearless sobs which wracked her body.
    THE RED SEALNATALIE SUMNER LINCOLN
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    WORDS RELATED TO WRACKED

    • busted
    • coming unstuck
    • defective
    • disabled
    • down
    • exhausted
    • fallen apart
    • faulty
    • feeble
    • gone
    • gone to pieces
    • gone to pot
    • haywire
    • imperfect
    • in disrepair
    • in need of repair
    • in the shop
    • inoperable
    • kaput
    • not functioning
    • on the blink
    • on the fritz
    • on the shelf
    • out
    • out of commission
    • out of kilter
    • out of order
    • out of whack
    • ruined
    • run down
    • screwed-up
    • shot
    • spent
    • unsatisfactory
    • weak
    • wracked
    • wrecked
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.