Roleset id: rack.02 , search, Source: , vncls: , framnet: rack.02: RACK-V NOTES: Based on search-35.2. (from rack.02-v predicate notes)
Arg1-PPT: searched for
Example: rack one's brain
I racked my brain for hours trying to recall her name.
Arg1: my brain
Argm-tmp: for hours
Argm-prp: trying to recall her name
Roleset id: rack.04 , rapid gait of horse, wherein each foot strikes separately, Source: , vncls: , framnet: rack.04: RACK-N NOTES: Roleset based on WordNet eventive noun entries. No corresponding verb entry or VN entry, no FrameNet. Framed by Claire. (from rack.01-n)
Only verbal examples with arg0: "I trotted, slow gait and racked the horse, both ways." (from rack.01-n)
Example: horse arg1
person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns
They're judged by how the rack of the horse has been developed.
Arg1: of the horse
Roleset id: rack_up.01 , get, acquire, Source: , vncls: , framnet: rack_up.01: RACK_UP-V NOTES: Higher args are theoretically possible but unlikely, to my ear. (from rack.01-v)
Arg0-PAG: agent, entity acquiring something
Arg1-PPT: thing acquired
Arg3-VSP: price paid
Example: just transitive
person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: progressive,  voice: active,  form: participle
Toyota's $35,000 Lexus automobile, a luxury model that it started shipping to the U.S. only last month, is racking up orders at a time when U.S.-made luxury-car sales are slow.
Arg0: Toyota's $35,000 Lexus automobile, a luxury model that it started shipping to the U.S. only last month,
Rel: [ racking] [ up]
Argm-tmp: at a time when U.S.-made luxury-car sales are slow