Definition of Roaster

1. Noun. A harsh or humorous critic (sometimes intended as a facetious compliment). "The honoree gave his roasters as good as he got"

Language type: Humor, Humour, Wit, Witticism, Wittiness
Generic synonyms: Critic



2. Noun. A cook who roasts food.
Specialized synonyms: Baster
Generic synonyms: Cook
Derivative terms: Roast

3. Noun. Flesh of a large young chicken over 3 1/2 lb suitable for roasting.
Generic synonyms: Chicken, Poulet, Volaille
Specialized synonyms: Oven Stuffer, Oven Stuffer Roaster

4. Noun. A special cooking pan for roasting.
Generic synonyms: Cooking Pan, Pan
Derivative terms: Roast

Definition of Roaster

1. n. One who roasts meat.

Definition of Roaster

1. Noun. One who roasts food. ¹

2. Noun. (cookware) A kitchen utensil used for roasting. ¹

3. Noun. A chicken, pig, etc. suitable for roasting. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Roaster

1. one that roasts [n -S] - See also: roasts

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roaster

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roary
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roast beef
roast beef plant
roast beefs
roast dinner
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roast lamb
roast pork
roast veal
roastable
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roastbeefs
roasted
roaster (current term)
roasteries
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roate
roated
roates

Literary usage of Roaster

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1. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Warren Kendall Lewis (1916)
"The open roaster has the advantage over the close roaster that it yields more ... The muffle or " close roaster " is used very generally on the continent of ..."

2. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Warren Kendall Lewis (1916)
"The open roaster has the advantage over the close roaster that it yields more ... The muffle or " close roaster " is used very generally on the continent of ..."

3. Zinc and Lead Deposits of the Upper Mississippi Valley by Harry Foster Bain (1907)
"At Hazel Green: Hazel Green mine and mill, equipped with roaster; Kennedy mine and mill, equipped with roaster; Hoskin mine and mill, equipped with roaster; ..."

4. The Metallurgy of the Common Metals, Gold, Silver, Iron (and Steel), Copper by Leonard Strong Austin (1921)
"Thus in the MacDougall roaster, after the furnace and ore has been sufficiently heated, ... In the hand reverberatory roaster the hearth is accessible, ..."

5. All about Coffeeby William Harrison Ukers by William Harrison Ukers (1922)
"17th century • 020 English und French coffee grinders 021 Eighteenth-century roaster 021 Original French drip i>ot 021 Belgian. Russian, and French pewter ..."

6. Burn's Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer: Containing the Cases by Thomas Chitty, Richard Burn (1845)
"Malt. shall be forfeited ; and if the quantity of malt shall be found to be less than the quantity which such roaster of malt or dealer in roasted malt ..."

7. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1915)
"The New Hott-Dern roaster During 1913, a new continuous roaster was ... A full description of the roaster will not be attempted in' the present paper. ..."

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