Definition of Ripeck

1. a mooring pole for a punt [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ripeck

riparian
riparian area
riparian buffer
riparian forest
riparian right
riparian wetland
riparians
riparious
ripazepam
ripcord
ripcords
ripe
ripe(p)
ripe cataract
ripe olive
ripeck (current term)
ripecks
riped
ripely
ripen
ripen up
ripened
ripener
ripeners
ripeness
ripenesses
ripening
ripenings
ripens
riper

Literary usage of Ripeck

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1. What I Have Seen While Fishing and how I Have Caught My Fish by Philip Geen (1905)
"When fishing there the punt should be held by a ripeck fixed in the centre of the river while the tail is turned a little slanting against the stream by ..."

2. What I Have Seen While Fishing and how I Have Caught My Fish by Philip Geen (1905)
"When fishing there the punt should be held by a ripeck fixed in the centre of the river while the tail is turned a little slanting against the stream by ..."

3. What I Have Seen While Fishing and how I Have Caught My Fish by Philip Geen (1905)
"When fishing there the punt should be held by a ripeck fixed in the centre of the river while the tail is turned a little slanting against the stream by ..."

4. By Lake and River: An Angler's Rambles in the North of England and Scotland by Francis Francis (1874)
"... wlth ripeck irons (poles he can get there in any number) and all the tackle complete, and let him show them for a week how to punish the pike on Loch ..."

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