The Collaborative International Dictionary
Thrack \Thrack\, v. t.
To load or burden; as, to thrack a man with property. [Obs.]
vb. (context obsolete transitive English) To load or burden.
Usage examples of "thrack".
And he said with a brogue you could cut with a butterknife: ‘And were ye afther thinkin’ an O’Hara of Tara would be follyin’ the dirthy thracks of a God-damned Orangeman and a God-damned poor white?