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raf•ter



Pronunciation: (raf'tur, räf'-), [key]
n.
any of a series of timbers or the like, usually having a pronounced slope, for supporting the sheathing and covering of a roof.

v.t.
Brit. Dial.to plow (a field) so that the soil of a furrow is pushed over onto an unplowed adjacent strip.

raft•er



Pronunciation: (raf'tur, räf'-), [key]
n.
1. a person who engages in the sport or pastime of rafting.
2. a person who travels on a raft, esp. to flee a country.

raft•er



Pronunciation: (raf'tur, räf'-), [key]
n.
a flock, esp. of turkeys.

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