rapio, rapiasant, rapia, rapia’, rapiaf, rapiai, rapiais, rapiaist, rapian, rapiant, rapiasai, rapiych, rapi, rapiasem, rapiasent, rapiasid, rapiasit, rapiasoch, rapiasom, rapiaswn, rapid, rapiech, rapied, rapiodd, rapiem, rapien, rapient, rapier, rapies, rapiest, rapiet, rapiff, rapioch, rapiasech, rapiom, rapion, rapiont, rapir, rapith, rapiwch, rapiwn, rapiwyd, rapiwyfrapiocnith, cnoc, chnith, chnoc, gnith, gnoc, nghnith, nghnoc
Noun(1) a reproach for some lapse or misdeed(2) a gentle blow(3) the sound made by a gentle blow(4) voluble conversation(5) genre of African-American music of the 1980s and 1990s in which rhyming lyrics are chanted to a musical accompaniment; several forms of rap have emerged(6) the act of hitting vigorously
Verb(1) strike sharply(2) make light, repeated taps on a surface(3) perform rap music(4) talk volubly
(1) What about the career criminal scheduled for lethal injection because a fellow inmate pinned a murder rap on him in exchange for time off?(2) If caught using her left hand, it got a rap on the knuckles with a rule.(3) Some minutes later, as they were finishing their meal, there was a sharp rap on the front door.(4) A sharp rap on Ryan's window eventually broke us apart.(5) In a calm, cool, and extremely friendly way, hold a rap session with your dancers and their parents.(6) he's just been acquitted on a murder rap(7) Not before long he heard a sharp rap on the door, and a stern voice telling him no doors were to be locked in that family.(8) Just call her up to rap about it.(9) Fish farmers counter that they're getting a bad rap .(10) In 2001, hip-hop and rap overtook country music as the second most popular form of music bought in the United States.(11) I was getting into bed when I heard a quick rap on the door.(12) Indeed, the number of Spanish rap artists and CDs has continued to increase ever since.(13) Everlast is one of the few artists who can take on a style of music like rap and bring something fresh to it while still keeping it all real.(14) The record is a stunner, offering a glimpse at a once-famous composer who has unfairly suffered a bad rap .(15) Speaking from experience they rap about how hopelessness can lead to alcoholism and how the violence of the system tears people's lives apart.(16) She waited patiently until she heard the rap of the door and raced downstairs to open up the door.
(1) rap music :: cerddoriaeth rap
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2. knock ::
3. blame ::
4. rap music ::
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8. knock ::
9. knap ::
Different Formsrap, rapacity, raper, rapers, rapist, rapists, raps
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