Racket

Racket,

Definition of Racket:

  1. A type of bat with a round or oval frame strung with catgut, nylon, etc., used especially in tennis, badminton, and squash.

  2. Organized criminal activity or fraudulent scheme, made workable usually through bribery, extortion, and/or intimidation.

Synonyms of Racket

Babel, Bedlam let loose, Cosa Nostra, Lastex, Mafia, Ado, Agate, Agitation, Art, Artful dodge, Artifice, Babel, Baleen, Ball, Ballot-box stuffing, Ballyhoo, Baseball bat, Bat, Battledore, Bauble, Bedlam, Black market, Blast, Blind, Blocks, Bluster, Bobbery, Bootlegging, Bother, Brattle, Brawl, Broil, Brouhaha, Bunco, Business, Cacophony, Calling, Caper, Cardsharping, Career, Career building, Careerism, Chaos, Charivari, Chatter, Cheat, Cheating, Checkerboard, Chessboard, Chewing gum, Chicanery, Chirm, Clack, Clacket, Clamor, Clangor, Clap, Clatter, Clitter, Clitterclatter, Club, Clunter, Cockhorse, Commotion, Confusion of tongues, Conspiracy, Contrivance, Coup, Cozenage, Craft, Cricket bat, Cue, Cute trick, Deceit, Design, Device, Diddle, Diddling, Din, Discord, Dishonesty, Disturbance, Dodge, Doll, Doll carriage, Donnybrook, Donnybrook fair, Drunken brawl, Dustup, Ebullition, Elastic, Elastomer, Embroilment, Employment, Expedient, Fakement, Fanaticism, Feint, Ferment, Fetch, Fishy transaction, Flam, Flap, Flimflam, Fomentation, Foofaraw, Fracas, Fraud, Fraudulence, Fraudulency, Free-for-all, Frenzy, Fume, Furor, Furore, Fury, Fuss, Gambit, Gambling, Game, Gerrymandering, Gewgaw, Gimcrack, Gimmick, Golf club, Graft, Gray market, Grift, Gum, Gum elastic, Gyp, Gyp joint, Handball, Handicraft, Hassle, Hell, Hell broke loose, Helter-skelter, Hobbyhorse, Howl, Hubbub, Hue and cry, Hullabaloo, Illegal commerce, Illegal operations, Illegitimate business, Illicit business, Imposition, Imposture, Intrigue, Jack-in-the-box, Jacks, Jackstones, Jackstraws, Jangle, Job, Jugglery, Jumping jack, Kickshaw, Knavery, Knickknack, Lifework, Line, Line of business, Line of work, Little game, Livelihood, Loan-sharking, Loud noise, Maneuver, Marble, Marionette, Melee, Metier, Mig, Mission, Moonshining, Move, Mystery, Narcotics traffic, Noise, Noise and shouting, Number, Occupation, Organized crime, Outcry, Pandemonium, Paper doll, Passion, Pell-mell, Pick-up sticks, Pinwheel, Plaything, Plot, Ploy, Pother, Practice, Profession, Prostitution, Protection racket, Puppet, Pursuit, Rag doll, Rage, Rampage, Rattle, Rattletybang, Rattling, Red herring, Rhubarb, Riot, Roar, Rocking horse, Rough-and-tumble, Roughhouse, Row, Rubber, Rubber ball, Rubber band, Ruckle, Ruckus, Ruction, Rumble, Rumpus, Ruse, Scam, Scheme, Scramble, Shady dealings, Shift, Shindy, Shivaree, Sleight, Spandex, Specialization, Specialty, Sport, Spring, Springboard, Static, Steelie, Stir, Storminess, Stratagem, Strategy, Stretch fabric, Subterfuge, Swindle, Tactic, Taw, Teetotum, Tempestuousness, The rackets, The syndicate, Thunder, Thunderclap, Tintamarre, To-do, Top, Toy, Toy soldier, Trade, Traffic in women, Trampoline, Trick, Trickery, Trinket, Trouble, Tumult, Tumultuousness, Turbulence, Turmoil, Uproar, Upset, Usury, Vocation, Walk, Walk of life, Whalebone, Whim-wham, White slavery, Wildness, Wile, Wily device, Work, Zeal, Zealousness

How to use Racket in a sentence?

  1. A squash racket.

Meaning of Racket & Racket Definition