Definition of rakery in English:

rakery

noun

  • Behaviour or habits characteristic of a rake; debauchery, dissoluteness, profligacy, promiscuity; an instance of this.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in William Oldisworth (1680–1734), writer and translator. From rake + -ery.

Pronunciation

rakery

/ˈreɪk(ə)ri/