rachet

IPA: rʌʃˈɛt

noun

  • Archaic form of ratchet. [A pawl, click, or detent for holding or propelling a ratchet wheel, or ratch, etc.]

Examples of "rachet" in Sentences

  • This is called a rachet type drive system.
  • Then I rachet down, or up, depending on how they react.
  • The rachet gripping members advance or retract the cable.
  • Rachet and Azimuth then race to get into the Orvus Chamber.
  • In spite of the vitriol, I would like to see the tension racheted down.
  • In spite of the vitriol, i too would like to see the tension racheted down.
  • I use rachet straps with all of my strap on stands but not with my climbers.
  • The 2 wars, jobs, and rudimentary road conditions also rachet up the rhetorics of the reformers in politics, among other things.
  • Violence will rachet up, we will send more troops, we want to leave when the local folks can handle the situation, people will die.
  • In fact, if all three signal callers perform well, it likely will rachet up the pressure on London to make a switch from Verica to one of the younger guys.
  • The White House was pursuing a bipartisan strategy in both legislation and tone even before the Tucson shootings, which has encouraged activists on both sides to rachet down their rhetoric.
  • Cheese, it turns out, has been on the defensive increasingly over the past year, as federal regulators rachet up their scrutiny of a growing segment of the food business: artisanal cheesemakers.
  • • FDA ramps up scrutiny on a new area: Cheese: It's been on the defensive increasingly over the past year, as federal regulators rachet up their scrutiny of a growing segment of the food business: artisanal cheesemakers.

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