The sentence is:
"It torments you for hours, racking/wracking your brain with fear."
Which is correct?
8 months ago
March 04, 2013
1,693 (Level 3)
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According to dictionary Wracking is correct.
[rak] noun wreck or wreckage.
damage or destruction: wrack and ruin.
a trace of something destroyed: leaving not a wrack behind.
seaweed or other vegetation cast on the shore.
Other word shows at the end see dictionary.
Edited 8 months ago
Other Answers (1)
by old lady
May 17, 2006
266,111 (Level 7)
Wracking is the word you are looking for. Racking means putting something on a rack, or a shelf.