Foraker [fawr-uh-ker, for-] Examples noun

  1. Mount, a mountain in central Alaska, in the Alaska Range, near Mt. McKinley. 17,280 feet (5267 meters).

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  • Senator Foraker was one man, but Senator Foraker was a host in himself.

    Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence


  • Then mother took the blue suit, wrapped it up carefully and putting it in my hands told me to take it back to Miss Foraker.

    The Iron Puddler

    James J. Davis

  • Senator Foraker said of him, at a critical moment of his public career, “De mortuis nil.”

    Behind the Mirrors

    Clinton W. Gilbert

  • Captain Foraker desires me to tell you that he wished the prisoner transferred to the Albatross.

    The Harbor of Doubt

    Frank Williams

  • One man said he had heard of a retired naval officer named Foraker, who was supposed to be in command.

    The Harbor of Doubt

    Frank Williams

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