Rake may refer to:

  • Rake (tool), a horticultural implement, a long-handled tool with tines
  • Rake or hay rake, a farm implement
  • Rake, the caster angle of a bicycle or motorcycle
  • Rake angle, a parameter in machining and cutting geometry
  • Rake (cellular automaton), a cellular automaton pattern that moves while regularly emitting spaceships
  • Rake (character), a man habituated to immoral conduct
  • Rake (poker), the commission taken by a casino when hosting a poker game
  • Rake (geology), the angle between a feature on a bedding plane and the strike line in geology
  • Rake receiver, a radio receiver
  • Rake (software), a variant of the make program coded in the Ruby programming language
  • Rake (train), a physical railway train made up of coaches, or a coupled group of coaches
  • Rake (theatre)
  • Rake (TV series), an Australian television series
  • The Rake, a short story about a cryptid named The Rake that mauls people in their sleep, popular amongst Creepypasta readers.

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Famous quotes containing the word rake:

    A rake is a composition of all the lowest, most ignoble, degrading, and shameful vices; they all conspire to disgrace his character, and to ruin his fortune; while wine and the pox content which shall soonest and most effectually destroy his constitution.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)

    He was a rake among scholars, and a scholar among rakes.
    Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800–1859)