Definition of Roosters

1. Noun. (plural of rooster) ¹



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Definition of Roosters

1. rooster [n] - See also: rooster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roosters

roosa
roosas
roose
roosed
rooser
roosers
rooses
rooseveltite
roosing
roost
roostcock
roostcocks
roosted
rooster
rooster booster
roosters (current term)
roostertail
roostertailed
roostertailing
roostertails
roosting
roosts
root-fallen
root-noun
root about
root abscess
root amputation
root around

Literary usage of Roosters

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1. The Dunbar Speaker and Entertainer: Containing the Best Prose and Poetic by Alice Moore Dunbar-Nelson, Leslie Pinckney Hill (1920)
"I was studyin' 'bout dem ar signs, as 'pon de bench I sot; When I see my two young roosters come a-struttin' crost de lot; Dey was showin' off der elegance, ..."

2. The Struggle Over Ratification, 1846-1847 by Milo Milton Quaife (1918)
"I am, etc, etc., WK WILSON MILWAUKEE, March 11, 1847 STRONG'S roosters Tune—Yankee Doodle ... And now on every side we hear, The roosters crowing loud, sir! ..."

3. Three Years Among the Working-classes in the United States During the War by James Dawson Burn (1865)
"... Sentiment in American Women—General Refinement of Americans—roosters and Gentlemen Cows—Surprise Parties— Motherless Children and Widows bewitched—Plain ..."

4. Old Time Notes of Pennsylvania: A Connected and Chronological Record of the by Alexander Kelly McClure (1905)
"... the Younger Cameron—Geary Forced to Grant Pardon to Yerkes and Marcer—Attempt of the roosters to Make Cameron Pay for His Re-election—How the Governor's ..."

5. Three Years Among the Working-classes in the United States During the War by James Dawson Burn (1865)
"... Sentiment in American Women—General Refinement of Americans—roosters and Gentlemen Cows—Surprise Parties— Motherless Children and Widows bewitched—Plain ..."

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