Definition of Karked

1. kark [v] - See also: kark



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Karked

karateka
karatekas
karatelike
karates
karats
karaya gum
karbovanets
karearea
karela
karelas
karelianite
karibibite
karite
karites
kark
karked (current term)
karking
karks
karlite
karma
karmaless
karmas
karmic
karmically
karn
karnal blunt
karnay
karnays
karnofsky performance score
karnofsky performance status

Literary usage of Karked

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1. Handbook of Electro-therapeutics by Wilhelm Heinrich Erb (1883)
"Almost, all diseases of the spinal cord lead to motor weakness or karked paralysis of the lower limbs (the various forms of myelitis, especially acute and ..."

2. Details of Military Medical Administration by Joseph Herbert Ford (1918)
"3 wagon, containing forage and stable supplies, immediately upon arrival drove the length of the site where the picket une was then karked and supplies ..."

3. Cyclopaedia of American Literature: Embracing Personal and Critical Notices by Evert Augustus Duyckinck, George Long Duyckinck (1855)
"His health failing he em- karked for Havre in tho summer of 1835, and remained in Paris nearly a year, writing the series of descriptive papers which he ..."

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