Definition of Rowting

1. Verb. (present participle of rowt) ¹



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Definition of Rowting

1. rowt [v] - See also: rowt

Rowting Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rowting

rowmes
rownd
rownded
rowndell
rowndells
rownding
rownds
rowpit
rowport
rowports
rows
rowt
rowted
rowth
rowths
rowting (current term)
rowts
rox
roxarsone
roxatidine
roxbyite
royal
royal agaric
royal blue
royal blues
royal brace
royal bumps
royal casino

Literary usage of Rowting

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1. The Life and Letters of John Collingwood Bruce of Newcastle-upon-Tyne by Gainsford Bruce, John Collingwood Bruce (1905)
"For a long time the attention of some antiquaries had been called to markings on rocks of a peculiar character near rowting Lynn in Northumberland, ..."

2. Turbervile's Booke of Hunting, 1576 by George Turberville (1908)
"they come into corne fieldes they follow a furrow, rowting and worming all ... their rowting as the wylde ..."

3. British Animals Extinct Within Historic Times: With Some Account of British by James Edmund Harting (1880)
"... snout is longer: and when they come into corne fieldes they follow a furrow, rowting and worming all along by some balke untill they come to the end. ..."

4. A Glossary of Words Used in Swaledale, Yorkshire by John Harland (1876)
"'A rowting cow soonest forgetĀ« its calf," extravagant grief for the dead often ends in speedy forgetfulness. ..."

5. Tales of Woman's Trials by S. C. Hall, Mrs S C Hall (1835)
"Ye thought when ye tried to sing an imitation of the singing at the Rockhouse, that it was like the rowting o' your father's big bull ; and I can assure you ..."

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