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Definition of drack in English:

adjective

Australian informal
1(Especially of a woman) unattractive or slovenly.
1.1Dreary and dull.

Origin

1940s: said to be from the name of the 1930s film Dracula's Daughter, but possibly related to dreck.

Words that rhyme with drack

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