- But as the old woman still clung to the horse's bridle, he cried angrily: " Let go, or I'll let you feel my whip or set Racker at you!" - "Landolin", Berthold Auerbach.
- Landolin made Racker drop the kerchief, and then rode on without a look at the old woman, who picked up her sack of wheat again. - "Landolin", Berthold Auerbach.
- Mr. Vanderveer glowed all over with delight when father condemned the automobile as a nerve racker, and suggested that a young man of the companionable tutor order, who could either play games, fish, and drive with the boy and his chums, or at times leave him wholly alone, according to need, would be a good substitute for a woman who viewed life as a school of don'ts, and had either wholly outlived her youth, or else had most unpleasant recollections of it. - "People of the Whirlpool", Mabel Osgood Wright.