rouster

noun
roust·​er | \ ˈrau̇-stər \

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Synonyms

docker [chiefly British], dockhand, dockworker, longshoreman, roustabout, stevedore

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Examples of rouster in a Sentence

a hard-muscled man who certainly looked like he had worked all his life as a rouster

First Known Use of rouster

1870, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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Dictionary Entries near rouster

Roussin's salt

roust

roustabout

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rout

route

route agent

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The first known use of rouster was in 1870

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