[ ɹˈask], [ ɹˈask], [ ɹ_ˈa_s_k]
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How to use "Rask" in context?
Rask or rathskeller is an Appalachian English word for a kitchen or cooking area typically near the beer keg. Rasks commonly featured a long, narrow, shed-like structure with a small kitchen at one end, a small storage area at the other, and a screened-in porch along one side. Traditionally, the rask served as a place where the beer-maker, his helpers, and the occasional passerby could make repairs to the craft brewery, and where the company's barrels were stored.
Homophones for Rask:
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