Definition of Rosters

1. Noun. (plural of roster) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of roster) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rosters

1. roster [n] - See also: roster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rosters

rossers
rossite
rossmanite
rost
rosted
rostel
rostella
rostellar
rostellate
rostelliform
rostellum
rostellums
roster
rostered
rostering
rosters (current term)
rosting
rostite
rostra
rostrad
rostral
rostral lamina
rostral layer
rostral neuropore
rostral transtentorial herniation
rostralis
rostrally
rostrate
rostrated

Literary usage of Rosters

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1. History of the 107th Infantry, U.S.A. by Gerald F. Jacobson (1920)
"rosters THE following rosters contain only the names of men who served ... Other rosters are printed elsewhere of members of the myth Infantry who were ..."

2. History of the 304th Ammunition Train (1920)
"rosters Note Concerning rosters During its twenty-one months of existence, between three and four thousand men have been affiliated with the regiment. ..."

3. Laws by Illinois (1899)
"... containing the rosters of the Illinois regiments in the civil war, and preparing the rosters of the Illinois volunteers in the American-Spanish war of ..."

4. King and Queen County, Virginia by Alfred Bagby (1908)
"CHAPTER IX rosters OF KING AND QUEEN COUNTY IN THE CIVIL WAR Officers of Twenty-sixth Virginia Regiment: Colonel, Powell Page; Lieutenant-Colonel, ..."

5. Publications of the Southern History Association by Southern History Association (1903)
"PUBLICATION OF CONFEDERATE rosters BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. The recent determination of the Secretary of War to publish, in accord with the instructions ..."

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