Thrack

v. t.1.To load or burden; as, to thrack a man with property.
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Perhaps drawn by the noisy 'thrack' of exchanged business cards, Midland entrepreneurs and business owners yesterday flocked to a new business conference held in Birmingham.
If yer son Packy was to ask ye where th' Ph'lippeens is, cud ye give im anny good idea whether they was in Rooshia or jus' west iv th' thracks?' 'Mebbe I cudden't,' said Mr.