Definition of Rooking

1. Verb. (present participle of rook) ¹



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Definition of Rooking

1. rook [v] - See also: rook

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rooking

rooibos
rooigras
rooikat
rooinek
rooineks
rook
rooke
rooked
rookeries
rookery
rookie
rookielike
rookier
rookies
rookiest
rooking (current term)
rookish
rooklike
rooks
rooky
roolie
room
room-temperature
room access
room and board
room clerk
room decorator
room for a pony
room in
room light

Literary usage of Rooking

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1. The Roxburghe Ballads by William Chappell (1874)
"All night she will sit smoaking, For roaring gallants looking ;' And those which stay Are sure to pay ;— I doe not like such rooking, I owe my Hostesse ..."

2. Army Regulations by Confederate States of America War Dept, United States War Dept (1908)
"Transportation and expenses, 735, 737. «sing and rooking: Broken, lost, ... Messing and rooking—Continued. Supervision company and general mess, 291. ..."

3. Adam Lindsay Gordon and His Friends in England and Australia by Edith Humphris, Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1912)
"Gordon (in a letter to CP Walker written from Priory Street) alludes to " the night-larks and capture of the rooking Mare, with the various exaggerated and ..."

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